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Fawzia Braine Memorial Award

For the Best Journal Article Published by a Novice Scholar


Fawzia Braine taught English for more than 30 years in Sri Lanka, the Sultanate of Oman, and Hong Kong. She qualified and served as a librarian in the United States. Fawzia was a lecturer in English at Hong Kong Shue Yan University when she passed away in January, 2012. She had been a supporter of HAAL for many years.

This annual award amounting to HK$2,500 is made in her memory to a novice scholar (postgraduate student or a recent graduate) of a university in Hong Kong for a journal article published in an international refereed journal in applied linguistics.


Eligibility

• Applicants should be enrolled, full- or part-time, at a university in Hong Kong or have graduated from a Hong Kong university within one year of the closing date for applications. • Applicants should be current members of HAAL. • The article should have been published in an international refereed journal in applied linguistics in the year for which the award is made. • The article should be in English. • Single author articles are preferred for the award. In articles with multiple authors, the applicant should be the first author. • Applications are accepted till March 31 of 2021. • The decision of the HAAL Executive Committee on this award is final.


Application Procedure

Completed Application Form together with a photocopy or a downloaded hardcopy of the article/s submitted for the award should be sent to


Dr. Jim Chan

Room 653, Meng Wah Complex

Faculty of Education,

The University of Hong Kong,

Pokfulam,

Hong Kong


Amount of Grant

HK$2,500 per year. The grant will not be split.

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