List of Current & Past Luce Awardees
Luce Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship for Southeast Asian Language Study
- Romel Gaspar (BS, Travel Industry Management) – Tagalog
- Dylan Lee (BA, Theatre) – Vietnamese
- Faith Hall (BA, Anthropology) – Indonesian
- Evan Rabanal (BS, Public Health) – Tagalog
- Terry Joan Salaga (BA, Philippine Studies) – Vietnamese
Luce Graduate Research Fellowship
- R.L. Hughes (MA student, Second Language Studies)
Project: Spending Summer 2019 working under the tutelage of Muhammad Yasir and Professor Saut Situmorang, both authors and activists, to pursue a passion for Indonesian language, literature, and future teaching.
- Benjamin Moseley (PhD student, Southeast Asian History)
Project: Fieldwork in Maluku, East Indonesia, focusing on the historical relations between local communities, Catholic missionaries, and Portuguese administrators and colonists, throughout the eastern Malay-Indonesian Archipelago during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
- A. L. Blake (PhD, Linguistics)
Project: Documenting the botanical language of the Abui people of Alor Island, East Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia
- Brendan Flanagan (MA, Anthropology)
Project: Forest use strategies of the Karen people in the Kamoethway River valley, southern Myanmar
- Phoebe France (PhD, Anthropology)
- Project: Archaeological field research in the Angkor region of northwest Cambodia
- Dylan Beatty (PhD, Geography)
- Project: Field research on endangered fishing communities in the Philippines
Hawaiʻi/Wisconsin LUCE Faculty-Student Collaborative Research Fellowship
- Faculty Mentor
- Professor Jonathan Padwe, UHM Department of Anthropology
- Collaborating students:
- William Shattuck (Phd student, Geography, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
- Phianpachong lntarat (MA student, Anthropology, University of Hawai’i at Manoa).
- Research Project
- Covering Cambodia, Thailand, and Laos to assess the problems of landscape change with a focus on the issues of access to land and social marginalization occasioned by the rapid transformation of the region’s rural political economy.