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Publish Date: September 21, 2018

Russell Barlow is a UH Mānoa PhD student documenting the grammar of the Ulwa language, spoken by 600 people in Papua New Guinea. Kendi Ho is a UH Mānoa PhD student examining the way Hawai‘i’s elderly and their caregivers discuss health, care, and how their needs are met. The Russell J. and Dorothy S. Bilinski Fellowship sponsors both their pursuits. Hear their stories and learn why these areas of study enrich our world.

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