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2013-2014 East Asian FLAS Recipients

UCLA students receive funding for the study of East Asian language and area studies

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships are provided by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education Title VI program. The Asia Institute administers the FLAS Fellowship program for East Asia at UCLA, supporting graduate and undergraduate training in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language and related area studies. Summer fellowships support intensive language study. Academic-year fellowships provide fees and a $15,000 living stipend.

Summer 2013 FLAS Fellows

Debbie Chew, East Asian Studies (undergraduate), Chinese (National Taiwan Normal University)

Christopher Dykas, Applied Linguistics, Korean (Seoul National University)

Matthew Hayes, Asian Languages and Cultures, Chinese

Don Lee, Asian Languages and Cultures, Japanese (Inter-University Center, Yokohama)

Jong Woo Park, Asian Languages and Cultures, Japanese (Hokkaido International Foundation)

Academic Year 2013-2014 FLAS Fellows

Michael Dela Cruz, Japanese (undergraduate), Japanese at Meiji Gakuin Univ

Amy Gordanier, History, Chinese

Andrew Grant, Geography, Tibetan (Qinghai Nationalities University)

Tyler Harlan, Geography, Chinese

Alexander Kaplan-Reyes, East Asian Studies, Japanese

Kalani Kim, East Asian Studies, Chinese

Matthew Lauer, Asian Languages and Cultures, Chinese

Oh Mee Lee, Asian Languages and Cultures, Chinese (National Taiwan University)

Kan Liu, Geography, Japanese

Jong Woo Park, Asian Languages and Cultures, Japanese

Timothy Simmons, History, Chinese

Matthew Wright, Asian Languages and Cultures, Japanese
 

For information about the 2014-2014 FLAS application, click here

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