A&T TOPS IN GILMAN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY ABROAD

Dr. Wanda Lester, associate vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and Minnie Battle Mayes, director of International Affairs at North Carolina A&T State University, attended the U.S. State Department reception in honor of the tenth anniversary of the Benjamin Gilman Scholarship Program for study abroad. In recognition of the anniversary, the Gilman program review, included a top 20 list of the colleges and universities whose students received the most number of Gilman scholarships during the first 10 years of the program. N.C. A&T State University was one of two historically black colleges and universities to be included in this list. The reception was held at the Columbus Club at Union Station in Washington, D.C.