First Wang Scholars Named(July 10, 2002) The California State University has designated the recipients of the first Wang Family Scholarships, which provide students with $4,000 scholarships for study in China and Taiwan.
The China scholarship winners, who will study at Peking University this year, are Eric K. Cheng of CSU Hayward; Songkrant Sanglimsuwan of CSU Northridge; Cindy Y. Ma of CSU Sacramento; Richard L. Augustine, Nolan A. Hebert, Eric M. Lam, and Xingyu Liu of San Francisco State; and Joshua N. Kidwell and Cynthia Wong of San Jose State. The scholarship winners headed for study at National Taiwan University in Taiwan are Michelle Lum of San Jose State and Dominic Yu of San Francisco State.
Former CSU Trustee Stanley T. Wang and his family established the program in November 2000 with a gift of $1.2 million to the CSU. Over the coming decade, the program will fund 200 student scholarships and 40 faculty stipends for study and research in China and Taiwan. The first faculty awards will be announced later this year. For more information, see International Programs website and Wang Family Scholarship announcement.
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Last Updated: 10 July 2002