This program is open to all majors who are interested in learning more about the diverse cultures and global significance of China. Students will experience a diverse and dynamic mix of ethnic, rural, and urban cultures in the historic and geographically varied region of southwest China.
Levi Gibbs, a Ph.D. candidate in Chinese literature with a specialization in folklore in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, seized the opportunity to research abroad with a distinguished folksong performer and national bearer of cultural heritage, Wang Xiangrong, in Chin
Professor Galal Walker and his colleagues working on the Advanced Language Performance Portfolio System (ALPPS) have just received New Ohio Third Frontier Grant. Please see the story at
Saina Nemoto, an undergraduate student majoring in International Studies has been awarded the 2012 Wolfe scholarship to attend ICU this coming year. Our congratulations go to Saina!
Kathryn Dorrian, an undergraduate student majoring in Japanese has been awarded the 2012 Wolfe scholarship to attend the Hokkaido University in Japan this coming year. Our congratulations go to Kathryn!