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  • Welcome to the Center for Asian Studies | CAS
    took Chinese courses in graduate school and it instantly clicked Julie s main message to us in school is to do what we are passionate about She was discouraged by her advisors about the content of her master s degree thesis She went ahead and wrote about Chinese art from the fall of the Qing Dynasty to 1960 and doesn t regret it one bit In fact she said she references her thesis very often Reiterating King s point Julie encouraged us to spend time out of the US for cultural and language immersion After all of the panelists spoke the audience was able to ask questions In this time Jeffery King let us know that his office has numerous internships that may apply to those of us interested in international affairs The panel was a helpful way for students as well as graduates to assess their career options in a variety of Asian fields CU undergraduates interested in doing an internship next semester in Asian Studies should visit our webpage Undergraduate Student Funding There we have information about internships offered through CAS as well as non CAS scholarship and internship opportunities Next semester we are offering two internships one through Rowman Littlefield Publishing where the student will be an acquisitions intern and another through our It s Elementary Service Project in which students visit local elementary classrooms to teach about China Japan or India Apply today Home Academics Asian Studies Major Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Study Abroad Asia Colorado Journal of Asian Studies News Events News Newsletters In the Spotlight Events Event List Event Calendar Event Publications CAS Initiatives Videos Funding and Opportunities Faculty Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Outreach Program for Teaching East Asia South Southeast and West Asia Curriculum Units The American Association of Teachers of Japanese AATJ Links Resources Resources CU Resources Colorado Resources Global Resources CAS Resources Job Opportunities Other Job Opportunities Calls for Papers People CAS Staff CAS Affiliated Faculty CAS Executive Committee CAS Advisory Council Graduate Students Visiting Scholars Speaker Bureau Front Range Faculty Contact Us The Center for Asian Studies is excited to announce our theme for the 2014 2015 academic year Mediating Asia Find out more about our events for this year s theme Mediating Asia Center for Asian Studies 303 735 5122 1424 Broadway Street Boulder CO 80309 0366 cas colorado edu Tim Oakes Director Tim Weston Associate Director Danielle Rocheleau Salaz Executive Director To be added to our listserv please contact casevent colorado edu Our Mission The Center for Asian Studies was established in 1999 to advance knowledge of Asia through undergraduate and graduate education faculty research and outreach programs for the broader community The Center is committed to managing and expanding the interdisciplinary major in Asian Studies by providing student fellowships scholarships and study opportunities by investing in faculty research and professional development by providing support for building Asia related resources on the CU Boulder campus by developing academic exchanges with Asian based colleagues and

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  • Career Tracks in Asian Studies Again a Great Success | CAS
    us to be openminded and confident about moving focus from one country or region to another Julie Segraves is the Executive Director of the Asian Art Coordinating Council It wasn t until after her undergraduate time that she discovered her interest in Asia She took Chinese courses in graduate school and it instantly clicked Julie s main message to us in school is to do what we are passionate about She was discouraged by her advisors about the content of her master s degree thesis She went ahead and wrote about Chinese art from the fall of the Qing Dynasty to 1960 and doesn t regret it one bit In fact she said she references her thesis very often Reiterating King s point Julie encouraged us to spend time out of the US for cultural and language immersion After all of the panelists spoke the audience was able to ask questions In this time Jeffery King let us know that his office has numerous internships that may apply to those of us interested in international affairs The panel was a helpful way for students as well as graduates to assess their career options in a variety of Asian fields CU undergraduates interested in doing an internship next semester in Asian Studies should visit our webpage Undergraduate Student Funding There we have information about internships offered through CAS as well as non CAS scholarship and internship opportunities Next semester we are offering two internships one through Rowman Littlefield Publishing where the student will be an acquisitions intern and another through our It s Elementary Service Project in which students visit local elementary classrooms to teach about China Japan or India Apply today Home Academics Asian Studies Major Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Study Abroad Asia Colorado Journal of

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  • Internships | CAS
    deadline is November 21nd 2014 at 5pm Information Session Join us for an information session to find out more about the program on Monday November 10 at 4 00 p m in the Center for Asian Studies Conference Room 1424 Broadway For more information contact julie kang colorado edu or 303 735 5122 Past Internship Opportunities Career Services Student Assistantship The Career Services office is seeking applications for a student employee to work with international students preparing for the job search and assist with researching best practices for international employment The start date is January 14 2013 and the position will continue through mid May Upon mutual agreement there may also be an option to work a second year if desirable This is a 10 00 hour paid position at 8 10 hours week Benefits to student assistantship This position will help a student develop his her own unique skills and abilities on projects relevant to his her interests and aspirations Students have the opportunity to learn and develop Individual career interests and values Skills in research and benchmarking best practices To connect with employers and diverse students Resume building skills and coaching experience Marketable leadership event planning and public speaking skills Minimum qualitfications Applicants must be enrolled as a junior senior or a graduate program at the University of Colorado at Boulder Availability in the early evenings is required at times based on workshops An ability to work autonomously to research best practices tools and resources An ability to present information both one one and in larger groups Ability to provide feedback in a constructive manner An interest in international career issues An interest in using creativity to brainstorm and develop new programs ideas and resources for students on campus Preferred qualifications Prefer students in a graduate program with a special interest in applicants in the following programs Asian Language and Civilization Linguistics Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures Communication English and Educational Equity and Cultural Diversity Responsibilities Assist with researching best practices including tools and resources in career services regarding the support of international students and students looking to work abroad Conduct resume and cover letter critiques with international students Coordinate job internship search workshops with other career counselors and employers in partnership with the Office of International Education Gain familiarity with companies organizations that hire international students Vet organizations that provide work abroad opportunities to help department make decisions regarding working with particular organizations Gain familiarity with F 1 and H1B visa issues challenges international students face with employment issues Participate in ongoing training and supervision How to apply Complete application should include 1 A cover letter expressing interest and qualifications and2 A current resume Electronically submit via email to jodi schneiderman colorado edu Summer Language Program National Security Agency Summer Language Program NSA offers foreign language students the opportunity to sharpen their language skills in reading and listening to a professional level As an apprentice to senior NSA language analysts you ll gain intensive experience exploiting

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  • External Scholarship and Internship Opportunities | CAS
    and application information on the CLS Program website http www clscholarship org information for applicants CU Alumni Association Directors Club Scholarship This scholarship is available to any second semester freshman rising sophomore who is a Colorado resident as a 3 5 GPA and is enrolled full time CU Public Interest Internship Experience PIIE CU PIIE is looking for students interested in creating change in their communities Follow your passion and make a positive impact PIIE offers 4 320 stipends to select undergraduate students who participate in summer internships at our partner nonprofit and government agencies in Colorado Contact cupiie colorado edu for details and apply by January 16 2014 Denver International Airport Aviation Customer Service Internships Denver International Airport is seeking Aviation Customer Service Interns for paid positions to learn from the inside out what it takes to deliver effective customer service at a major international airport The Customer Service Interns work with the Aviation Customer Service Supervisors and provide support to the customer service team to deliver excellent customer service throughout the airport including concourses terminal information booths the airport call center and other public areas of the airport such as VIP escorting and international customs areas The team provides information and resolutions to airport passengers and the public at Denver International Airport on a wide variety of issues If you are a current student who enjoys variety and is interested in learning the true nuts and bolts of how to deliver effective customer service in an international commercial environment how an airport operates in a variety of conditions and situations and how various roles plug in to the organization this may be a fantastic opportunity to lay the groundwork for your future career You must be currently enrolled in a college or university have at least 6 credit hours completed and be willing to work either day or swing shifts and weekends as the airport operations run seven days a week from 6 00 a m until 10 00 p m They are asking for the ability to work 29 hours per week If you are a Japanese language student and are interested in applying for this position please contact cas colorado edu as we can offer a recommendation for you For more information please visit http www denvergov org jobs Information about future internships with DIA is forthcoming Global Student Initiative US China Leadership Program Have you ever wanted to create your own custom exchange program to a foreign country GSI s US China Leadership Program allows a team of American students and a team of Chinese students to work together and create a 14 day exchange program for each other Students will take turns visiting each other s native countries and participate in a variety of academic lectures company visits cultural tours and sightseeing over the summer Applications are available at http globalstudentinitiative com For specific questions please email leslie dong colorado edu The deadlines to apply is November 5 2014 12 00am MST Hakluyt Society Essay Prize History of Travel Exploration and Encounters From 2015 the Hakluyt Society will award an annual essay prize or more than one if the judges so decide of up to a total of 750 Winners will be invited to publish their essays in the online Journal of the Hakluyt Society www hakluyt com if they wish to do so The prize or prizes for 2015 will be presented at the Hakluyt Society s Annual General Meeting in London in June 2015 where winners will be invited to attend as the Society s guests travel expenses within the UK will be reimbursed Winners will also receive a one year membership of the Hakluyt Society The competition is open to postdoctoral scholars of not more than two years standing on December 31 2014 and to undergraduate and graduate students registered as such on that date Only one entry may be submitted per entrant per year Essays submitted which should be based on original research in any discipline in the humanities or social sciences may be on any aspect of the history of travel exploration and cultural encounter or their effects in the tradition of the work of the Hakluyt Society For a conspectus of the Society s history aims and publications visit www hakluyt com Essays should be in English except for such citations in languages other than English as may appear in footnotes or endnotes and between 6 000 and 8 000 words in length including notes excluding bibliography Illustrations diagrams and tables essential to the text fall outside the word count Submissions should be unpublished and not currently in press in production or under review elsewhere Authors may wish to consult the Society s style sheet which is also the Journal s style sheet at http www hakluyt com authors info htm Essays should be submitted as email attachments in Word doc format to Dr Surekha Davies Chair of the Essay Prize Committee at surekha davies gmail com and to Richard Bateman Administrator of the Hakluyt Society at office hakluyt com by November 1 2014 Hoover Institution Library and Archives Fellowships Support The Hoover Institution Library Archives at Stanford University are pleased to offer competitive fellowships and support of up to 2 500 to support research based on our collections All recipients will be expected to spend a minimum of ten days in the Library Archives Award Description Silas Palmer Research Fellowships Available to US undergraduate and graduate students this fellowship provides an award of 2 500 to support research based on our collections Application Requirements All applicants are required to submit their applications online with the following Contact information Resume or CV A proposal of fewer than 750 words describing your research project including the names of Hoover collections you plan to consult and why they are necessary for your project The names and email addresses of two individuals who will complete recommendation forms Application deadline November 1 2014 Award notification by December 19 2014 Term of residency

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  • Academics | CAS
    Asian Studies major encompasses a diverse interdisciplinary study of Asia and gives students an opportunity to discover Asia through a wide variety of courses CU Boulder offers a multitude of courses with an Asian component and the Center works closely with the Study Abroad office to promote undergraduate and graduate study in Asia CAS also supports the CU East Asian Collection and works with faculty members across campus to help support and coordinate Asia related teaching and research activities as well Home Academics Asian Studies Major Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Study Abroad Asia Colorado Journal of Asian Studies News Events News Newsletters In the Spotlight Events Event List Event Calendar Event Publications CAS Initiatives Videos Funding and Opportunities Faculty Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Outreach Program for Teaching East Asia South Southeast and West Asia Curriculum Units The American Association of Teachers of Japanese AATJ Links Resources Resources CU Resources Colorado Resources Global Resources CAS Resources Job Opportunities Other Job Opportunities Calls for Papers People CAS Staff CAS Affiliated Faculty CAS Executive Committee CAS Advisory Council Graduate Students Visiting Scholars Speaker Bureau Front Range Faculty Contact Us Academics Asian Studies Major Core Curriculum and Major Requirements MAPS Facilities Programs and Opportunities Career Possibilities Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Summer Courses at CU Summer Courses Outside CU Study Abroad Asia Study Abroad Programs Faculty Led Programs Non CU Summer Programs Student Testimonials Colorado Journal of Asian Studies Asian Studies Leadership Circle IN THE SPOTLIGHT Career Tracks in Asian Studies Again a Great Success Last Luncheon Series Event of the Semester Features Visiting Scholar in Geography Yoshikazu Kawaguchi s Presentation on Japanese Pedagogy Generated Discussion on Effective Language Teaching Methods Now Accepting Applications for Our Spring 2015 It s Elementary Internship Hospitality Hosts Needed for Boulder

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  • Asian Studies Major | CAS
    15 at the Center for Asian Studies and on Wednesdays from 12 15 1 15 or by appointment in Hellems 370 Contact the Undergraduate Advisor Allison Frey at Allison Frey Colorado edu To change your major to Asian Studies please schedule an appointment through advising colorado edu s appointment system For continuing students with quick questions Allison s walk in hours are on Tuesdays 3 4 and Wednesdays 10 11 in McKenna 236 Home Academics Asian Studies Major Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Study Abroad Asia Colorado Journal of Asian Studies News Events News Newsletters In the Spotlight Events Event List Event Calendar Event Publications CAS Initiatives Videos Funding and Opportunities Faculty Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Outreach Program for Teaching East Asia South Southeast and West Asia Curriculum Units The American Association of Teachers of Japanese AATJ Links Resources Resources CU Resources Colorado Resources Global Resources CAS Resources Job Opportunities Other Job Opportunities Calls for Papers People CAS Staff CAS Affiliated Faculty CAS Executive Committee CAS Advisory Council Graduate Students Visiting Scholars Speaker Bureau Front Range Faculty Contact Us Academics Asian Studies Major Core Curriculum and Major Requirements MAPS Facilities Programs and Opportunities Career Possibilities Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Summer Courses at CU Summer Courses Outside CU Study Abroad Asia Study Abroad Programs Faculty Led Programs Non CU Summer Programs Student Testimonials Colorado Journal of Asian Studies Asian Studies Major Faculty and Academic Advisors Faculty Advisor Professor Timothy Weston timothy b weston colorado edu In addition to serving as Faculty Advisor for the Asian Studies major Professor Weston teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on Modern China in the Department of History He is deeply committed to turning on CU students to the study of Asia Professor Weston has lived in China Taiwan and

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  • Asian Studies Minor | CAS
    must be lower division East Asian Civilization CHIN 1012 Introduction to Chinese Civilization 3 4 credits HIST 1618 Introduction to Chinese History HIST 1708 Introduction to Japanese History JPNS 1012 Introduction to Japanese Civilization 3 4 credits KREN 1011 Introduction to Korean Civilization RLST 2620 Religions of East Asia South Asian Civilization HIND 1011 Introduction to South Asian Civilization HIST 1518 Introduction to South Asian History since 1757 RLST 2610 Religions of South Asia West Asian Civilization ARAB 1011 Introduction to Arab Civilization FRSI 1011 Introduction to Persian Civilization HIST 1308 Introduction to Middle Eastern History Social Science Students must take one Asia related 3 credit course in any one of the disciplines listed below This can be lower division or upper division Anthropology all Asian anthropology courses Political Science all Asian political science courses Geography all Asian geography courses Women s Studies all Asian women s studies courses Modern Asian Civilizations Students must take one Asia related 3 credit course in any one of the disciplines listed below This can be lower division or upper division Anthropology all modern Asian anthropology courses History all modern Asian history courses Political Science all modern Asian political science courses Geography all modern Asian geography courses Religious Studies all modern Asian religion courses Additional departments all modern Asian literature and art courses For specific classes within each area of study please refer to the core curriculum and major requirements page on the Center for Asian Studies website http cas colorado edu content new asian studies ba requirements 1 Home Academics Asian Studies Major Asian Studies Minor Course Lists Summer Language Programs Study Abroad Asia Colorado Journal of Asian Studies News Events News Newsletters In the Spotlight Events Event List Event Calendar Event Publications CAS Initiatives Videos Funding and Opportunities Faculty Graduate Students Undergraduate

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  • Courses | CAS
    2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 ASIA 4300 Open Topics in Asian Literature and Culture 3 Spring 2015 ASIA 4830 Senior Thesis or Project in Asian Studies 3 Spring 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 ASIA 4840 Independent Study Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 ASIA 4930 Internship Engage Asia It s Elementary Service Project 1 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 ASIA 4930 Internship in Asian Studies 1 3 credits Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 1010 Beginning Chinese 1 5 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 CHIN 1012 Introduction to Chinese Civilization 4 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 CHIN 1020 Beginning Chinese 2 5 Spring 2012 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 1051 Masterpieces of Chinese Literature in Translation 3 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Spring 2015 CHIN 1061 Voices and Images of Chinese Women 3 CHIN 2110 Intermediate Chinese 1 5 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 CHIN 2120 Intermediate Chinese 2 5 Spring 2012 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 2441 Film and the Dynamics of Chinese Culture 3 CHIN 3110 Advanced Chinese 1 5 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 CHIN 3120 Advanced Chinese 2 5 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 3200 Advanced Writing Topics on Chinese and Japanese Literature and Civilization 3 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 3311 The Dao and the World in Medieval China 3 Spring 2012 Spring 2014 CHIN 3321 Culture and Literature of Ancient China 3 Fall 2012 Spring 2014 CHIN 3331 Culture and Literature of Late Imperial China 3 Fall 2012 Fall 2014 CHIN 3334 Chinese Narrative Tradition 3 Spring 2013 Spring 2015 CHIN 3341 Literature and Popular Culture in Modern China 3 Spring 2014 CHIN 3342 Literary Culture in Contemporary China 3 Spring 2015 CHIN 3351 Reality and Dream in Traditional Chinese Literature 3 CHIN 3361 Women and the Supernatural in Chinese Literature 3 Spring 2012 Fall 2013 CHIN 3371 Topics in Chinese Film 3 Spring 2013 CHIN 4110 Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese 1 3 Spring 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 CHIN 4120 Advanced Readings in Modern Chinese 2 3 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 4210 Introduction to Classical Chinese 4 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 CHIN 4220 Readings in Classical Chinese 4 Spring 2012 Spring 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2015 CHIN 4300 Open Topics Readings in Chinese Literature 3 Fall 2014 CHIN 4750 Daoism 3 CHIN 4900 Independent Study 3 Spring 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 CHIN 4950 Honors Thesis 3 Spring 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 CHIN 4980 Practical Issues in Chinese Language Pedagogy 1 CHIN 5010 Sinological Methods 3 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 CHIN 5030 Readings in Pre Modern Chinese Literary Theory 3 CHIN 5120 Literary History to the Ninth Century 3 Fall 2013 CHIN 5210 Ancient Prose 3 Spring 2014 CHIN 5220 Ancient Poetry 3 CHIN 5230 History of Early Chinese Thought 3 CHIN 5280 Topics in Ancient Literature

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