Asian Studies Program

College of Arts and Sciences

 

Student receiving Jongha Student Scholarship Foundation

Suffolk has a student studying in Seoul, Korea this summer.  He is Neilson Lam, a business major specializing in management, who is at Yonsei University, one of our partner schools.

Neilson was awarded a scholarship from the Jongha Student Scholarship Foundation, established by the KCC Company, which has been giving scholarships to Suffolk students for the past four years.

In June Neilson arrived in Seoul to begin the summer term and received the scholarship money during a meeting at KCC Company.  Our congratulations to Neilson and our continued thanks to KCC.

Neilson Lam

(From L to R) SH Lee, President of KCC Company; CY Lee, Chairman of KCC Company; Suffolk student Neilson Lam: Ronald Suleski, Director of the Rosenberg Institute at Suffolk University.

Linxiang Li’s art exhibition “Heaven the Equalizer”

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Exhibition

Five Asian Studies graduates at their assessments

Yuri

Yuri Neves

PatPatrick Moriarty

John SJohn Stempien

John Gray

John Gray

Dana
Dana Munzner

Introduction to Chinese Literature and Culture (Fall 2014)

AS 211 - Flyer

New course on Mongolian history

Mongols_History Course for Fall 2014

April is Asian American heritage month!

AA History month 2014

 

Fall 2014 Course Offerings

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Harry L. Dow Lecture 4th March (Tue) at 6:00 p.m.

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Richard M. Rosenberg Asian Studies Scholarship

Richard M. Rosenberg Asian Studies Scholarship

 

We are delighted to announce the establishment of the Richard M. Rosenberg Asian Studies Scholarship. With a generous donation from Mr. Rosenberg, the Scholarship offers assistance to Suffolk students in their study abroad in Asia.

 

To be eligible for consideration, applicants should be a fulltime Suffolk student, with a GPA of 3.0 or above, having declared a major or minor in Asian Studies.

 

For 2014, the application deadline is February 28. Students who are planning to study abroad in Asia before the end of 2014 are encouraged to apply. Please submit a resume and a short essay of about 500 words, stating your academic interest and plan of study abroad. The application material should be submitted to Dr. Ronald Suleski, Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies, 41 Temple Street, Boston, MA 02114. Materials may be sent by email to: rsuleski@suffolk.edu.

 

Rosenberg Institute and Asian Studies Program

Panel on Women Career Education in Modern China

Women career education in Modern China

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