Senior Toni Isreal, who triple majoring in International Relations and Modern Languages, Africana Studies, and Global Studies, was one of 100 students to receive the Boren Scholarship. The Boren Scholarship awards $20,000 to study a language in a country that is critical to US national security. Isreal will be completing her studies of Arabic at the Qasid Arabic Institute in Amman, Jordan in a year-long abroad program. Following her completion of her studies, Isreal will work in the federal government, in accordance with the public service aspect of the scholarship. Isreal is the first Lehigh student to ever win this scholarship.