Graduate Student Sarala Puthuval receives Li Fang-Kuei & Hsu Ying Graduate Fellowship Award


Linguistics PhD candidate Sarala Puthuval was awarded the Li Fang-Kuei & Hsu Ying Graduate Fellowship Award for 2015-16. Ms. Puthuval recently returned from Inner Mongolia, China where she conducted research as a recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student Grant.

The Li Fang-Kuei & Hsu Ying Graduate Fellowship is awarded annually to a graduate student specializing in Chinese linguistics in honor of Professor Li Fang-Kuei, who taught in the Department of Asian Languages & Literature from 1949 to 1969, and his wife Hsu Ying.

For more information on the LFK fellowship, please go Asian Languages & Literature's Awards & Honors webpage.

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