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Arts & Sciences Student Research Awards

The mission of the Arts and Sciences Advisory Council is to support the colleges in their efforts to provide students an excellent liberal arts education.  These awards were established to help fund special scholarly activities of significant educational value not available through regular coursework.  An Arts and Sciences student (upper division undergraduate with a declared major; classified graduate student accepted into a degree program) may apply for funds for an activity he/she individually initiates and will carry out before completion of his/her intended degree.  The application must show how the student will benefit from the activity and that he/she is well qualified to carry it out successfully.  Amount and number of awards vary:  maximum award is $2,500 for an undergraduate student; $3,000 for a graduate student. 

Click here to download the 2014 Arts & Sciences Student Research Awards application form. Application packets must be complete and submitted to the Colleges of Arts & Sciences Office of Community and Alumni Relations in Hawaii Hall 311 by 4 p.m. on Thursday, February 27, 2014. 


Congratulations to the following 2014 Recipients!

Graduates

James Anderson, Zoology

Patricia Fifita, Anthropology

Jiwnath Ghimire, Urban and Regional Planning

Kirsten Helgeson, Linguistics

Tyler Heston, Linguistics

Rachel Hoerman, Anthropology (Archaeology)

Kavon Hooshiar, Linguistics

Junko Imai, Second Language Studies

Emily Johnston, Botany

Yuan Yu Kuan, Ethnomusicology

Kathryn Linan, Dance

Stacy Nojima, American Studies

Daniel Pham, Art History

Bradley Rentz, Linguistics

Christina-Marie Sablan, Urban and Regional Planning

Tani Sebro, Political Science

Alexander Smith, Linguistics

Heather Strohschein, Ethnomusicology

John Sweeney, Political Science

Robin Michi Sweeney, Sociology

Nozomi Tanaka, Linguistics

Nicholas Toler, Linguistics

Ming Yang, Chinese Theatre

Wei Zhang, Comparative Theatre

Undergraduates

Sarah Uno, Linguistics


Congratulations to the following 2013 Recipients!

Graduates

James Anderson, Zoology

Gregory Brown, Chinese Literature

Katie Butler, Linguistics

Yanjun Cai, Urban and Regional Planning

Annick Cros, Zoology

Benjamin Fairfield, Music

Patricia Fifita, Anthropology

Ronald Gilliam, Asian Theatre

Joseph Harroff, Philosophy

Raina Heaton, Linguistics

Kathryn Holt, Dance

Justin Hunter, Ethnomusicology

Yong Shin Kim, Political Science

Ruby MacDougall, Dance

Guanpei Ming, Political Science

Stephen Moody, Japanese

Sanae Nakatani, American Studies

Colleen O'Brien, Linguistics

Mohammad Rahman, Urban and Regional Planning

Jaya Reinhalter, Geography

John Sweeney, Political Science

Nozomi Tanaka, Linguistics

Seana Walsh, Botany

Ming Yang, Chinese Theatre

Xi Yang, Ethnomusicology

Undergraduates

Alma Herrera-Mendoza, Anthropology




 
 
 
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