Congratulations to our graduating undergraduate and graduate students in East Asian Area Studies and Korean Studies, as well as to all those in the EASC community finishing their degrees! We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors!
We love to hear news about our alumni, so please be sure to keep us updated about your activities and achievements. Click HERE to read about the post-graduation placement news of some of our EASC-affiliated students!
Congratulations to Isobel Brown and Shoko Oda! Both have worked as EASC Student Staff, both have participated in EASC's Global East Asia program to Korea, and now both are graduating with a BA in East Asian Area Studies!
Hailing from Taiwan and the UK, Isobel is a double-major in EAAS and Public Relations, served as a Korean Studies Institute Fellow, and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She participated in the Summer '12 Global East Asia Korea program and has been working as an EASC Student Assistant over these past two years. Over the summer she will move to the UK to take on a position within the British government.
Born in Japan and raised across the U.S. and Asia, Shoko is a double-major in EAAS and International Relations and is fluent in Japanese. She was in the same group as Isobel when she went to Korea as a Summer '12 Global East Asia scholar. She also contributed greatly to EASC as a past Student Assistant. Her post-graduation plan is working as a reporter for Bloomberg News in Tokyo.
Many thanks to Isobel and Shoko for all their contributions to EASC over the years. We will miss them and we wish both all the best in their future endeavors!
Congratulations to EASC-affiliated students for their recent awards and achievements! We are proud to highlight a few of the many East Asia student accomplishments.
For more student accomplishments and details, please READ MORE.
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In the May 18, 2015 issue:
>Congratulations Class of 2015!
>Graduate Highlights: Isobel Brown & Shoko Oda
>Have a Wonderful Summer
>Events Around LA
USC's East Asian Library displays global acts of goodwill
June 15, 2015
An exhibition in USC’s East Asian Library highlights the work of Peace Corps volunteers around the world, focusing on their presence in Korea over recent decades.
Meet the Fabulous Fulbrights
June 8, 2015
USC has been recognized as being among the top 40 research institutinos in the United States to cultivate Fulbright Student Grant recipients.
On the Banks of the Yalu River
June 1, 2015
EAAS Alumni Kaitlin Solimine reflects on her relationship with China over the span of two decades.
Wild for Movies
June 1, 2015
USC Dornsife professors Stanley Rosen and Brian Bernards explain what it will take for the U.S. film industry to break into China's notoriously complicated movie market.