Pitzer College Students Win Critical Language Scholarships

Claremont, Calif. (May 11, 2010) — Pitzer College congratulates Cody Melissa Klock '12 and Eleanor Wolf '10, recipients of 2010 Critical Language Scholarships from the US Department of State.

Klock, a double major in economics and psychology, will study in South Korea this summer.

Wolf, a writing and Spanish major, will study Bengali in Bangladesh or India this summer. She was also awarded a 2010 Fulbright Fellowship to Peru this fall.

The Critical Language Scholarship Program is part of the National Security Language Initiative, a US federal government effort to expand the number of Americans studying and mastering critical-need foreign languages.

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