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  • bridges
    Asian Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People Community Bridges Children Languages World Exploring World Languages and Cultures Bridges Children Languages World World is a project that offers exploratory language and culture classes to young learners in the greater Bloomington Indiana area Knowing that learning world language at an early age enhances linguistic ability overall the central goal of Bridges is to ignite interest in learning about different languages and cultures and inspire children to pursue both with excitement and enthusiasm all their lives To access activities and content from the Bridges Program please click here Like Bridges Children Languages World on Facebook Mission Statement Bridges mission is to provide quality language and culture instruction to young learners in community settings Bridges also offers professional development opportunities for IU language students of Less Commonly Taught Languages LCTL who serve as instructors and volunteers Bridges classes expose young learners and their instructors with a rewarding safe environment to obtain new skills and gain confidence in their ability to participate in the learning teaching process reflecting the increasingly diverse and interconnected world in order to cultivate a new generation of internationally minded citizens EASC and Bridges An important part of our mission at EASC is the promotion of programs that introduce community members to East Asian languages and cultures It is with this constant goal in mind that we proudly support the Bridges program in introducing elementary children to the world s languages Fall 2015 Schedule Classes Start September 16 and end December 5 2015 Ya Ya I Introductory Chinese Saturdays 1 30 2 15PM Ya Ya II

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/community/bridges.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • ambassadors
    title of Cultural Ambassador to individuals who promote awareness of East Asian culture history art and philosophy These ambassadors educate people in the Midwest through presentations workshops cultural events and artistic performances They also connect people to East Asian resources organize outreach activities assist with fundraising and or mentor inbound international students or students here to study East Asia Korea Helena Cheun Ms Cheun has been serving the Bloomington community for over 15 years as a Korean language instructor and coordinator She regularly participates in Asianfest and other events that introduce Korean culture to the Bloomington community Helena has also served as principal of the Korean Language School of Bloomington and assisted at the Tri North Middle School of Bloomington the Crisis Pregnancy Center and the Bloomington Hospital Kyoung Wan Cathy Shin Ms Shin is currently a doctoral student of Curriculum and Instruction at Indiana University She works closely with the Korean School in Bloomington for Culture Day and other events Before coming to Bloomington Ms Shin served as the secretary for a Korean chapter of Soroptimist International a volunteer organization that works to improve the lives of women and girls and was involved in Project Sierra a sustainable program that transforms lives by empowering thousands of young women families and children living on the war torn streets of Sierra Leone China Amy Jen In May this year Ms Jen participated on behalf of the East Asian Studies Center in a Social Science workshop where she delivered a highly regarded presentation on Taoism Confucianism and Christianity and the impact of those beliefs on Chinese culture and education She has also trained current and future leaders at Indiana Wesleyan University and in Beijing After being ordained a minister in 2010 she has specialized in cross cultural counseling communication and inter personal

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/community/ambassadors.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Student Organizations & Clubs: Community
    Newsletter K 12 Newsletter Imaging Reading Eros Japanese Education Taoist Resources Indiana East Asian Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People Community Student Organizations Clubs We frequently collaborate with the Asian Culture Center ACC to sponsor cultural programming on the Bloomington campus A number of independent student run groups also provide East Asia related activities and services to the Indiana University community including but not limited to those shown below East Asian General Asian American Association at Indiana University http www indiana edu aaa Contact aaa indiana edu Asian Culture Center http www indiana edu acc Contact acc indiana edu IU Asian Student Union http asuiu wordpress com Contact asuiu indiana edu IUPUI Asian Student Union http www iupui edu asunited Contact asunited iupui edu China Indiana University Chinese Student Association http www indiana edu iucssa Contact shaoren indiana edu Taiwanese Student Organization http www indiana edu taiwan Contact yanchang indiana edu Chinese Calligraphy Club http www indiana edu iub3c Contact iub3c indiana edu Confucius Institute

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/community/orgsclubs.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • centeract
    For Undergraduate Students Programs Events Colloquium Series Illinois Indiana Programs Special Events Film Series East Asian Book Workshop Webinar Korean Night Outreach K 12 Educators Students Business Government Media Professionals General Public Publications EASC Newsletter K 12 Newsletter Imaging Reading Eros Japanese Education Taoist Resources Indiana East Asian Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/community/centeract.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Get Involved: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Working Paper Series Faculty Publications Dissertations TEAMS Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People Support the Center Spotlight Siqian Mavis Meng Visiting Scholar in School of Education and Volunteer As a visiting scholar with the IU School of Education Mavis Meng is an active volunteer with the East Asian Studies Center She is a regular instructor with the Cultural Immersion Project teaching Chinese language and culture to 5th and 6th graders at University Elementary School It is a very satisfying feeling to have kids tell me numbers and colors in Chinese she said I also enjoy learning about the different culture and customs of America Mavis also volunteered through the EASC at the Sterling House a residence for adults with limited mobility and at the 2014 Lotus Blossom World Bazaar an annual event for 4th graders in the Bloomington school district No matter where I am volunteering will play a very important role in my life Mavis told us recently The staff in EASC is so nice and patient They are very kind and offer me information about the events she also noted We are grateful for her commitment and her great work with us at the EASC By educating about Asia for more than 30 years Indiana University s East Asian Studies Center has been a leading resource for the university professional communities K 12 schools and the general public As state funding for higher education decreases our ability to prepare the next generation of educators and practitioners depends increasingly on gifts from generous alumni and friends We encourage you to support the East Asian Studies Center Volunteer There are several volunteer

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/support/index.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Volunteer: Get Involved: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    Lesson Plans Price List Subscribe to News Community Bridges Children Languages World Ambassadors Student Organizations Clubs Center Activities Get Involved Japan Disaster Relief Volunteer Internship Ways to Give Site Map Contact Us Find People Support the Center Spotlight Yingyang Wu Master s Student in Education and Volunteer Yingyang Wu a first year Master s student in Instructional Systems Technology was born and raised in southeast China Her experience volunteering during undergrad in China helped to foster her interest in cross cultural communication Upon coming to America Yingyang drew upon this every growing interest to volunteer for EASC She has since been an active volunteer for EASC leading hands on activities in Chinese crafts at a center for individuals with developmental disabilities giving a presentation at a local retirement center about the Chinese New Year and introducing local scouts and the community to Chinese culture at Mathers Museum I hope that by serving at the East Asian Studies Center I could spread the fascinating inter cultural experience and contribute to the mutual understanding between American and Asian culture at IUB she says Volunteer The center has an active volunteer program with opportunities for East Asian nationals and others with an interest

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/support/volunteer.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • intern.shtml
    Spotlight Siqian Mavis Meng Visiting Scholar in School of Education and Volunteer As a visiting scholar with the IU School of Education Mavis Meng is an active volunteer with the East Asian Studies Center She is a regular instructor with the Cultural Immersion Project teaching Chinese language and culture to 5th and 6th graders at University Elementary School It is a very satisfying feeling to have kids tell me numbers and colors in Chinese she said I also enjoy learning about the different culture and customs of America Mavis also volunteered through the EASC at the Sterling House a residence for adults with limited mobility and at the 2014 Lotus Blossom World Bazaar an annual event for 4th graders in the Bloomington school district No matter where I am volunteering will play a very important role in my life Mavis told us recently The staff in EASC is so nice and patient They are very kind and offer me information about the events she also noted We are grateful for her commitment and her great work with us at the EASC East Asian Studies Center Internship Program Looking for real world experience to put on your resume Want to get the most of IU s multi cultural atmosphere and get involved in the East Asian community in Bloomington EASC has just the opportunity for you Indiana University s East Asian Studies Center has designed an unpaid summer internship program open to IU undergraduate and graduate students The eight week program lasts from June 1 July 31 Interns will work alongside EASC staff in planning and executing the full range of this unique National Resource Center s activities EASC works to increase awareness of East Asia through community outreach and academic support Each semester EASC hosts numerous renowned scholars as part

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/~easc/support/intern.shtml (2016-04-30)
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  • Ways to Give: Get Involved: East Asian Studies Center: Indiana University
    years helping elementary school students experience East Asian culture through crafts Additionally she developed a presentation regarding musical instruments native to Japan which was broadcast via satellite to an elementary school in Alabama Tiphani also assisted with the student run Korea Night and developed a presentation for Japan Olympiad that explained the elements of karate to high school students in the lower Midwest region She is also in contact with the Office of Overseas Study at IU and assisted in study abroad orientation by providing an overview of adjusting to life in Japan Tiphani believes intercultural communication exposure and intentional interactions are the keys to establishing globally conscious individuals It is because of this philosophy that she loves volunteering working with people and promoting interest in East Asia Ways to Give Give Online Giving online is fast easy and secure Simply click on the fund you wish to support you will be directed to the IU Foundation s secure online giving site EASC General Fund Our general fund supports a rich array of EASC activities and programs and gives us the flexibility we need in a time of rising interest in East Asia to address unexpected opportunities This fund for example helps us support our popular East Asian Colloquium public lecture series Make a gift to the EASC General Fund East Asian Research Fund The heart of any great university is the partnership that exists between great teachers working with great students to create new knowledge Your gift to the East Asian Research Fund will help us award grants that support scholarly activity such as our conference travel grants for graduate students and publication subventions for faculty Such support is crucial to our ability to enrich instruction support research and stimulate the professional growth of our faculty and graduate students

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