Supported by scholarships, three UH Hilo students study abroad

Kylan Constantino (Japan), Joshua Kosloski (11 countries with Semester at Sea), and Eric Pohlman (South Korea and Japan) are off on their global adventures supported through scholarships.

MV World Odyssey docked in Europe.
Joshua Kosloski, a UH Hilo senior majoring in marine science, is doing a Semester at Sea on scholarship. He embarks on his academic journey aboard the MV World Odyssey on Sept. 9.  (Semester at Sea)

With the support of scholarships, three University of Hawai‘i at Hilo students are studying abroad for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Kylan Constantino pictured
Kylan Constantino

Kylan Constantino, a sophomore majoring in Japanese studies, is the recipient of the John and Anja McVickar Study Abroad Scholarship for $1,300 as well as the Audrey S. Furukawa Study Abroad Scholarship for $500 for his study at Tokyo Gakugei University in Japan. Constantino is a 2021 graduate of Waimea High School on Kaua‘i.

Joshua Kosloski pictured
Joshua Kosloski

Joshua Kosloski, a senior majoring in marine science, was awarded a scholarship through the Semester at Sea program. Beginning Sept. 9, he will voyage with SAS and visit 11 countries, 11 cities, and three continents during the fall while taking classes onboard the MV World Odyssey.

Eric Pohlman pictured
Eric Pohlman

Eric Pohlman, a sophomore majoring in linguistics, received the Gertrude E. McVickar Study Abroad Scholarship for $1,500 and the Audrey S. Furukawa Study Abroad Scholarship for $1,500. Pohlman is a graduate of Honoka‘a High School and plans to study at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in South Korea during fall 2022 and at Seinan Gakuin University in Japan during spring 2023.

Learn more about Study Abroad scholarships.

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