Students

Litong and Dingding's event (Se[t 2012)Graduate students, both advisees and non-advisees.

Info on my advisees, current and past: For now, until the contents is moved to here, the original webpage that *was* still accessible was at (until 08.20.2014):

http://people.cohums.ohio-state.edu/chan9/advisees.htm

(Note: Information from that webpage will be resurrected later and placed here … )

I also served on a number of graduate and undergrad students’ committees. These are given in the original webpage, still accessible for now at:

http://people.cohums.ohio-state.edu/chan9/n-advis.htm

(Note: Information from that webpage will be resurrected later and placed here … )

Over the past few decades, The Ohio State University has graduated many students with M.A. and/or Ph.D. in Chinese linguistics, both in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures and in other units. See the listing, which is updated from time to time:

Chinese Linguistics Theses and Dissertations at OSU (1965 – )

 While you are here, also check out our Chinese Linguistics Program: History РFocus РOrientation.

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