Sujin Seo, a double major in Classics and Chemistry, has been named a recipient of the competitive SILLC Global Award. She will use the funds to study Classics in Italy this summer through the Arizona in Orvieto program.
“This scholarship will ensure that I fulfill my dreams to study abroad. This summer, I will be heading to Orvieto, Italy to study Roman literature and religions. By studying abroad, I hope to not only further my own major studies, but also get to know students from a variety of backgrounds.”
The SILLC Global Award accepts applications at the beginning of every spring semester from students majoring in one or more of the following SILLC disciplines: Africana Studies, Classics, East Asian Studies, French and Francophone Studies, German Studies, Italian Studies, Religious Studies, and Russian and Slavic Studies.