GSE student selected as 2010 SYLFF Fellow

The Oregon University System SYLFF Graduate Fellowships for International Research committee has selected Zafreen Jaffery, Graduate School of Education doctoral student, as a 2010 SYLFF Fellow. The fellowship is awarded annually to exceptional students from diverse backgrounds and fields. Fellows “demonstrate sustained commitment to international concerns and pursuits, exemplify broad vision as well as a focus on a specific issue, and exhibit leadership in collaborating with others in cross-cultural contexts.”

The fellowship is given for one academic year of full-time pursuit of a graduate degree in an Oregon University System institution. Dependent upon the individual Fellow, award monies may be applied to tuition and fees, living expenses, research costs and travel associated with the conduct of research, and other expenses related to graduate study.

Please join us in congratulating Zafreen on this well-deserved fellowship.

2 thoughts on “GSE student selected as 2010 SYLFF Fellow

  1. Hiya, I am really happy for Ms Zafreen Jaffery and i would like to say this that we are really proud of you.
    Regards,
    Ali H Syed

  2. Many Congratulationa for yet another International Achievement. We are delighted to have a sister who has made us all extremely proud of her achievements. She is an inspiration for all. On behalf of my family, I thank The Oregon University System SYLFF Graduate Fellowships for International Research committee for selecting her for this award and acknowleding her untiring efforts as an exceling and examplery international student. I wish Zafreen and all the other nominees best of luck for their future.

    Best regards,
    Fatima Jaffery

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