Two UNH students receive Critical Language Scholarships

Monday, March 21, 2016

UNH students
Crystal Napoli '18 (left) and Eden Suoth '18 will travel to Asia this coming summer on Critical Language Scholarships.

Two UNH undergraduate students have received Critical Language Scholarships from the U.S. Department of State. Sophomores Crystal Napoli and Eden Suoth were selected among thousands of undergraduate and graduate student applicants nationwide.

Napoli, a history and justice studies dual major, will travel to Taiwan, and Suoth, a mechanical engineering and philosophy dual major, will travel to Indonesia this summer.

Critical Language Scholarships are part of U.S. government efforts to increase the number of Americans who are fluent in foreign languages of critical importance to national security.


The UNH Office of National Fellowships provides information, counsel and editorial support to highly motivated students applying for national and international fellowships and scholarships like this one. For more information about the Critical Language Scholarship, or for application support, contact Jeanne Sokolowski at or 603-862-0733. ​