Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011

Center for East Asian Studies


The Center for East Asian Studies at Central Connecticut State University provides opportunities for students and faculty, as well as the Connecticut business community, to keep abreast of changes in economics and politics, and of comparative advantages in China, Japan, and Korea.

The center seeks to develop and enhance global awareness, cultural diversity, and civic responsibility by fostering support for seminars, lectures, workshops, and exhibitions for faculty, students, and businesses in the U.S. and abroad; reciprocal visits of music, artistic, and sports groups; research and conferences; programs to promote international and intercultural understanding; and contacts and connections between Connecticut and the East Asian community, as well as student and faculty exchanges at CCSU's sister universities in China, Japan, and Korea.

In addition, the Dr. Mong Koo Chung/Hyundai Endowment Fund, the Ki Hoon Kim Scholarship Fund, Koh Scholarship Fund, Yoko Niibo Scholarship Fund, and C. J. Huang Endowment, among others, award scholarships to those who are eligible and meet all requirements. Funds are also available to CCSU faculty who want to do research work in Japan and Korea. These are administered by the CCSU Foundation, Inc.



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