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International Vincentian Scholarship

In order to make a contribution to the development of Vincentians in other countries outside of the United States, as well as to experience Vincentian cultural diversity, DePaul University established its International Vincentian Scholarship Program in 2000-2001. This program provides academic scholarships to Vincentian priests, brothers and sisters from provinces and vice-provinces of the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity particularly in areas of the developing world. The dedicated members of the Vincentian family provide religious and ministerial services in various capacities at the university.

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International Vincentian Scholarship Program – Current Scholars

  • Sr. Iliana Aponte, D.C., Province of St. Louise, English Language Academy
  • Rev. Paul Hoang Quang Pham, C.M., Vice Province of Vietnam, Ph.D. in Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
  • Rev. Colins Ignatius Chianakwalam Ekpe, C.M., Province of Nigeria, Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, College of Education
  • Rev. Fanta Getahun Shikune, C.M., Province of Ethiopia, English Language Academy
  • Rev. Ranjan Kumar Lima, C.M., Province of Northern India, English Language Academy
  • Rev. Josè Gregorio Garcia Rubio, C.M., Province of Colombia, M.Ed. in Counseling: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, College of Education
  • Rev. Pham Van Diem, C.M., Vice Province of Vietnam, M.Ed. in Counseling: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, College of Education