July 08 - July 19, 2019 | East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi
Infusing Korean Studies into the
Infusing Korean Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum
How To Apply
are welcome from both full-time and adjunct faculty from two- and four-year
higher education institutions in the United States. Applications from institutional
teams of two to three people will be accorded special consideration. Individual
applicants should stress in their narratives how participation will contribute
to advancing Korean studies initiatives at their home institutions.
will receive $400 to help defray travel costs, in addition to receiving
lodging in the East-West Center’s
faculty guesthouse, Lincoln Hall. Their home institutions are asked to cover remaining travel costs and a program fee of $150. A
stipend check will be disbursed on the first day of the Institute.
Application Deadline:March 15, 2019, Extended to March 22, 2019
Application Process: Please use the application form, available
below, to submit your application. All applicants should include:
a current CV.
a statement of purpose that addresses why you want to participate in
the program and that outlines the expected curricular and institutional impacts
of doing so.
Team applications should include a brief description of current
Korean studies offerings (if any) and a statement of institutional commitment
to the programmatic development of undergraduate Korean studies.
a letter of support from an appropriate administrator (department chair, dean,
etc.). Enter the email address of your reference into the application portal, and your reference will receive an email with a link to upload a reference letter. Be sure to have your referrer whitelist submittable.com or check their spam folder to ensure they receive your reference request.
application documents must be submitted electronically. Submit your application
here by creating a Submittable account, a secure online application portal, or logging in. Email or
postal mail submissions will not be accepted.
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the Asian Studies Development Program, East-West Center, the Academy of Korean Studies, or the University of Hawai‘i.