"Infusing Chinese Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum" | July 31 - August 11, 2017 | East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

ASDP Infusing Institute

Infusing Asian Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum

Participant Projects. The work involved in infusing Asian content into the undergraduate curriculum can take many forms: developing new courses and discrete curriculum modules that can be slotted into existing courses; developing institutional plans for Asian studies certificate, minor or major programs; crafting an annotated bibliography; or embarking on new research. Each participant is expected to engage in this work in the ways most useful to them and to expanding and enhancing Asian studies offerings at their college or university.


Participants should arrive with a project in mind and will have an opportunity early in the program to share and receive feedback on their project plans in a meeting with the Institute director(s) and other participants with similar disciplinary or thematic interests. The final two sessions of the program are devoted to sharing project drafts, which will then be made available through this website.

Participants and Their Final Projects (in alphabetical order)
Bao, Ying
Berry, Doug
Collins, Heather
Ferreira, Rebeka
Frost, Julieanna
Gao, Qian
Hanson, Jennifer
Kim, Linda
Koptiuch, Kristin
Li, Fang-yu
Orr, John
Park, Byoung
Riopel, Janine
Sease, Joel
Shi, Xia
Stephens, Margaret
Vasishth, Neal
Zhang, Jing