Graduating Social Welfare Student Juliet Chang Receives Impressive Wolff Fellowship

Photo of Juliet Chang, wearing a black shirt and glasses.Juliet Chang, recipient of the 2023 Wolff Fellowship, begins a year-long adventure to explore the Hmong diaspora in six countries and learn how those with Hmong heritage preserve their cultural practices, particularly those related to food and agriculture.

The College of Letters & Science’s Wolff Fellowship provides $45,000 to an L&S senior “to pursue their passions without limits,” as described by donors Paul Martin Wolff ’63 and Rhea S. Schwartz. The fellowship emphasizes both academic accomplishment and community service. Students use these funds to support a travel year of their own design, extending their education into a deeply personal and wide-ranging opportunity for observation, research, and growth.

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