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Graduate Student News

Krishna Boro
–National Science Foundation grant: A descriptive of Grammar of Hakhun Tanga

Ying Chen
–Jacqueline Schachter Outstanding Conference Presentation Award.  2013.  Presentation: /Prosodic realization of focus in Mandarin by advanced American learners of Chinese/.  Presented May 14, 2012 in Hong Kong at the 163rd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America.
–Gary E. Smith Professional Development Award.  2009.

Richard Griscom
–Global Oregon Summer Graduate Summer Research Award.  2013.
–Endangered Languages Development grant: Descripiton of Grammar of Isimjeeg Datooga

Linda Konnerth
–Three Minute Thesis completion hosted by UO Gradute School.  First place winner.  Presentation: A Descriptive Grammar of Karbi.  Spring 2013.
–Oregon Humanities Centers Dissertation Fellows Award.  Spring 2013.
–UO Center for Asian and Pacific Studies Award. 2008, 2010, 2012.
–UO Center for Study of Women in Society, Graduate Student Reseraach Grant for the project The Status of Women in Karbi Society. 2011.
–Gary E. Smith Professional Development Award.  2011.
–Fellowship to attend SWL IV conference in Lyon, France, SWL IV organizing committee, CNRS and Universite Lumiere Lyon II. 2010.
–Jahresstipendium fur Studierende aller Facher [one-year scholarship for students of all majors], Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD)/German Academic Exchange Service. 2006-07.
–National Science Foundation dissertation research grant:  A Descriptive Grammar of Karbi

Jason McLarty
–National Science Foundation grant: Ethnic Differences

Paul Olejarczuk
–Linguistics Society of American Institute Fellowship.  2013.
–Gary E. Smith Summer Professional Development Awards.  2013.

Manuel Otero
–National Science Foundation dissertation research grant: Documenting the Endangered Koman Languages and their linguistics relationships

Sara Pacchiarotti
–Everett D. Monte Scholarship.  2013-14.
–Graduate School Dissertation Award.  2016-17

Jaime Pena
–National Science Foundation dissertation research grant: A Grammar of Huambisa.

Hema Sirsa
–Jhamandas Watumull Scholarship.  2009-2010 and 2012-13.
–Sushil Jajodian Indian Student Scholarship.  2008-09 and 2009-10.
–Bakony Professional Development Grant.  2010.

Julia Trippe

–Foreign Language and Areas Studies (FLAS) Fellowship from Center for Asian and Pacific Studies.  Summer 2012 and 2011-12.
–Everett D. Monte Scholarship.  2010-11 and 2011-12.