Colleges of Arts & Sciences Announces 2002-2003 Kosaki Student Assistance Awards

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Karin Mackenzie, (808) 956-4051
Office of Community and Alumni Relations
Tamara Goldbogen, (808) 944-7771
Office of Community and Alumni Relations
Posted: Feb 3, 2003

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa's Colleges of Arts and Sciences have presented this year‘s Richard and Mildred Kosaki Student Assistance Awards supporting scholarly activities of undergraduate students in the Colleges of Arts & Sciences.

Congratulations to the 2002-2003 recipients:

Hyechong (Helen) Hong for research on long-term behavioral effects of post-traumatic stress disorder.

Emelihter S. Kihleng to conduct oral history interviews.

Grace Liu for a research project to determine the effects of Evans Blue.

Gregg Lizenbery, Director of Dance, accepted the award on behalf of his undergraduate students for a group artistic project in Japanese dance.

Tatiana Sanfilippo to gain experience with the formulation of American public policy in Washington, D.C.

Kendra Watanabe for a research project experiment with fear-eliciting stimulus.

Eve Youngdale for a creative writing project in London, England.