ROGER C. ANDERSON
Study Abroad Scholarship
Bowling Green State University
Center for International Programs
Roger C. Anderson
Roger C. Anderson, associate professor emeritus of political science at Bowling Green State University , received his undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota and his master's and doctorate at the University of Wisconsin . He joined the BGSU faculty in 1967, where his fields of specialization were comparative and international politics, particularly Latin American and European politics; environmental politics and policy; and state and local government.
Dr. Anderson retired in 1998 but has continued his involvement with the BGSU community by teaching in the Political Science Department and by serving on the Family Campaign cabinet, the Bowen-Thompson Student Union dedication committee and the BGSU Retirees Association. An avid international traveler, Dr. Anderson frequently journeys to Europe , Asia and Latin America .
Dr. Anderson established this award so that undergraduate students would have an opportunity to enrich their studies and to increase their awareness of other cultures through study abroad.
A Selection Committee in coordination with the Director of Education Abroad will review applications and contact the students.
Awards will be announced in April.
One award will be deposited into the recipient's bursar account after July 1.
Director for the Center of International Programs
Completed applications must be received by the BGSU Education Abroad Office by March 1. The Roger C. Anderson Study Abroad Scholarship is not renewable and late applications will not be accepted. Mail, fax, scan/email, or deliver all applications to:
Coordinator of Education Abroad