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UH Manoa Announces Its 2004-2005 John Young Scholars

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
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Posted: Jan 14, 2005


HONOLULU — Fourteen students from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Colleges of Arts & Sciences have been awarded this year‘s prestigious John Young Scholarship in the Arts.

The John Young Scholarship in the Arts, established by the John Young Foundation in memory of the late artist, provides assistance to undergraduates and graduate students pursuing a degree in an arts-related field. Scholars receive monetary awards of $6,000 to graduate students and $3,000 to undergraduate students.

Congratulations to the following 2004-2005 John Young Scholarship in the Arts recipients.

Graduate Students (major)

Tia Ballantine (English)
Deirdre Helen Britt (Art-printmaking)
Carolyn Sara Covalt (Theatre-Asian performance)
Aaron J. Sala (Music-ethnomusicology)
Yoko Sato (Music-composition)
Nicole Tessier (Theatre-Asian performance)
Thomas Wasson (Art-electronic arts)

Undergraduate Students (major)

Alvin Chan (Theatre)
Christine Hong (English)
Brendan Jackson (Art-glass)
Justin A. Ka'upu (Music)
Matthew Kubo (Art-sculpture)
Marissa Gacula Rowell (Art-graphic design)
Joy Uyeno (English)