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Potential students can now apply for the Master's in Asian Studies.
Several of the best contestants identified at the AFTJ speech contests will participate in AFTJ Wakayama Japanese Video Speech Contest, and the winner will be invited on a free trip to Wakayama, Japan!
As part of the Roots of Dōgen Studies event on March 29th, there will be a series of lectures on Japanese religion and culture taking place from 11:00am to 1:00pm in GC 355. Following the lectures, there will be a Roundtable Conference from 1:00pm to 5:30pm. For those interested in attending the Roundtable, please RSVP to email@example.com or 305-348-1914.
Morikami Japanese Museum and Gardens is now hiring for the following positions: 1. A part-time weekend Membership Associate position. (Paid position). Please see attached description. 2. Looking for Education Interns for our summer tour programs. (Unpaid position). Please visit here for more info: https://morikami.org/job-opportunities/
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. For 2019, two FIU students were awarded to study abroad in Asia.
Love watching Japanese anime and reading manga? ASN 3202 Japanese Anime and Manga is a new course that will be offered online as of Fall 2019.
Learn how K-pop and K-dramas became so famous! Are you a fan of BTS or the drama "My Love from the Star"? The Asian Studies Program is offering a new course, ASN 3154 Traditional and Modern Korea, starting Fall 2019. With a focus on various Korean feature films, dramas and music, students will the study the trajectory of contemporary Korean culture as it has emerged from the country's 5,000-year history. For more information, please contact the Asian Studies office.
Asian markets and competition are a foreseeable reality and China has emerged as a major player in the business world. In ASN 3143 Corporate Culture of China, students will gain an understanding of the of the major economic, political and social developments in China and how globalization is shifting economic forces. For more information on the course, please contact the Asian Studies office.
We are proud to announce that Jane Marie Russell, an FIU Asian Studies MA alumni, has been selected for a prestigious fellowship form the Miami Foundation. She now works at Univision Communications, Inc. as in-house counsel. "A Miami native, she is committed to making Greater Miami a better place to live, work, and thrive, especially in the areas of childhood literacy and environmental resilience."
Aug. 26: Fall 2019 Classes begin Sep. 02: Labor Day (University Closed) Sep. 03: Add/Drop Deadline Nov. 04: DR/WI Deadline Nov. 11: Veterans' Day Observed (No Classes) Nov. 28: Thanksgiving Holiday (No Classes) Nov. 29-30: Thanksgiving Break (University Closed) Dec. 07: Last regular class day Dec. 09-14: Finals Week
The current 2019 issue (Volume XXIII) of the Japan Studies Review (JSR) is now available online. For hard copies, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to apply for Fall 2019 graduation is this Friday, September 27!
FIU Kendo Club is a new group on campus. Join them in learning one of the oldest martial arts of Japan on Sundays at 3-5pm (South Basketball Court 2) and Mondays at 6-8pm (North Basketball Court 1). All levels are welcome. Please contact them directly for more information.
Please join us in congratulating this year's Omar K. Carrion Award winner and runner-up: Gabriela Avila Valbuena and Justin Raymond Hernandez!
This program provides a wonderful opportunity for immersion not only in Japanese culture but also in other Asian cultures. Please contact Dr. Asuka Mashav at email@example.com for questions and click on the flyer for details about this Study Abroad program for Summer 2020.
Graduate section: ASN 5932 - U01 Thursday 9:30 - 11:20 AM Professor: Matthew Marr (firstname.lastname@example.org) This course explores social life in cities across Asia, focusing on major subtopics and debates in urban studies. We cover cities in a broad range of national contexts with special attention given to cities in East Asia like those in Japan, China, and Korea, as well as those in Southeast Asia like the Philippines and Malaysia.