A centerpiece of the East Asian Studies Center’s efforts to support all forms of research that deal with East Asia at USC is the manuscript review. Any USC faculty working on a book that deals with East Asia in some way are eligible for possible support. The program is designed to provide helpful and timely feedback to faculty preparing monographs or other similarly large academic works prior to submission for publication.
Grad Professionalization Series
The Grad Professionalization series is sponsored and organized by the Center for International Studies, East Asian Studies Center, and Korean Studies Institute, in partnership with USC graduate programs in East Asian Languages and Cultures, History, Political Science & International Relations, Religion and Slavic Languages and Literatures.
East Asia Career Panel
The East Asia Career Panel is an annual event EASC organizes as a part of USC Career Fest. It is aimed at all undergraduate and graduate students interested in using East Asian language and area studies skills in their future professions and learning about the different career options available. Our impressive alumni panelists come from East Asia-related professions in fields such as business consulting, international trade, non-profit, marketing, and education.