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Me-Iung Ting

Home » Barbour Scholar Spotlights » Alumnae » Page 2 Me-Iung Ting (1929, Barbour Fellow) graduated from the U-M Medical School in 1920 and then returned to China, where she served as head surgeon, supervising nurse, and director of Peiyang Women’s Hospital, Tientsin....

Kapila Khandvala

Home » Barbour Scholar Spotlights » Alumnae » Page 3 Kapila Khandvala (1930) served as secretary of the Bombay Women’s Association, a branch of the All India Women’s Conference. She was elected as a delegate to represent Bombay at the conference held in Hychrasad....

Stella Chun-Yi Wang

Home » Barbour Scholar Spotlights » Alumnae » Page 3 Stella Chun-Yi Wang (1931), who earned her M.A. in Education from the University of Michigan in 1933, never dreamed that she would be immortalized in print. When she received her copy of the 1984 Rackham Reports,...

Whang-Kyung Koh

Whang-Kyung Koh (1931) graduated from the Seoul, Korea Higher Common School for Girls at the age of sixteen and from Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan with a B.A. in law at the age of nineteen. A profile in the October 10, 1930 issue of the Osaka Mainichi chronicled...

Maria Kalaw Katigbak

Home » Barbour Scholar Spotlights » Alumnae » Page 3 Maria Kalaw Katigbak’s (1932) wide-ranging accomplishments include beauty queen, scholar, Senator, and civic leader. After graduating as high school valedictorian, Maria earned her Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy...