Thank you to everyone who presented and to all of those who attended yesterday's "How to Conference Successfully" workshop brought to you by the Asian Studies Alumni and Friends Association. Soon we will make available the PowerPoints from the presenters for your reference.
Today we had a table in the Green Library Breezeway at the 1st Annual FIU Language Day Event. There was so many clubs and events out there today making the event exciting to be apart of. Free food, Tai Chi, Floor Calligraphy, music and so much more. Thank you to all those who visited our table to learn about our programs. We look forward to next year's event. Click more information to see a few pics.
Association of Florida Teachers of Japanese are very happy to announce the winning designs of the AFTJ Logo and Character Contests.
Asian Studies MA/GSS PhD Student Rayna Rusenko invited to attend United Nations meeting in Argentina
The UN Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing has invited Rayna Rusenko to attend an international expert consultation on homelessness and the right to housing. Rayna will contribute her knowledge on homelessness in Malaysia and elsewhere in Asia during meetings on November 5-6 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
FIU Asian Studies Program will host a summer institute exploring the literary, religious and philosophical movements that have contributed to the construction of modern Japan. Click here to read more.
Florida Statewide Japanese Speech Contest, 12th Annual Florida Japan Summit, and the Omar K. Carrion Scholarship winner.
This issue includes information on the new National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant, the Japan Foundation's Institutional Project Support Program Grant, student accomplishments (including a Worlds Ahead graduate), Undergraduate/Graduate Student and Alumni News, as well as a spotlight on Dr. Amy Marshall and Dr. Hitomi Yoshio, and other faculty news.
The current issue of the Volume XIX (2015) is available as a PDF file.
Asian Studies Program receives the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant for Summer 2016
FIU Asian Studies received a NEH grant for a summer institute, titled "Tokyo: High City and Low City: A NEH Summer Institute for College and University Teachers." It is designed to lead participants in an in-depth humanistic exploration of the literary, religious, and philosophical movements that have visibly—and invisibly—contributed to the construction of modern Japan. Click here for more information.