Since its original formation in as a language-training program for the U. It was formally organized as the Program in Uralic and Altaic Studies in In it became the Department of Uralic and Altaic Studies.
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Home to 31 faculty members, the department is large enough to encompass the diversity of East Asian cultures, from contemporary politics to ancient philosophy, yet small enough to provide a close, collegial environment for teaching and research. Our partner centers and programs offer additional support for research, advanced study, and outreach concerning East Asia. The Institute advances cultural fluency through providing programs for students, faculty, and the community, and expands public understanding of Korea.
We assist in the coordination of teaching, research, and outreach activities related to East Asia. The consortium brings together the largest East Asia faculty concentration in the Midwest and is recognized for strengths in the teaching of East Asia and East Asian languages as well as outreach to K teachers, business, and community. We are the winner of the prestigious Goldman Sachs Foundation Prize for Excellence in International Education in the Higher Education category, along with two other programs at Indiana University that were selected from nearly educational institutions and media and technology organizations.
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This one-day workshop ampm, followed by a reception and Korean Performing Arts Concert will introduce K educators to Korean sijo, Chinese jueju, and Japanese haiku. Composition and teaching strategies will also be explored. Participation includes a travel stipend, meals, all workshop materials, and a certificate of completion.
The East Asian Studies Center EASC strives to build networks of knowledge, practice, resources, and discovery that enhance understanding of East Asia locally, regionally, and nationally by: supporting interdisciplinary research and teaching; linking academic resources with K, business, and professional communities; investing in innovative scholarship and courses; coordinating conferences and workshops; educating K teachers; fostering dialogue among scholars, students, practitioners, and policy makers. Click here to visit the Center Website for more information. Manages the office reception desk, serving as initial point of contact for all visitors, including faculty, students, and members of the public.