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February 6, 2015

NRC East-Asia Infusion Grants

NRC logoThe University of Oregon’s National Resource Center for East Asian Studies seeks proposals from UO Professional School faculty for integrating East Asia content (China, Japan, and Korea) into their existing courses. We encourage faculty to submit proposals for course development funding of up to $1,800 for courses that previously had no East-Asian component. The final course must demonstrate a minimum of 25% East-Asia-related content. Funds are awarded as a summer stipend.

Deadline for 2018:  April 6, 2018

Please click here to access the online application. For more information, please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

October 11, 2012

Freeman Internship Fellowships

Freeman Internship Fellowships
2017-18 Academic Year

Administered by the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies

 

Purpose
With a growing number of young Americans graduating into careers that will engage them with colleagues in Asia, the Freeman Foundation seeks to assist colleges and universities in expanding opportunities for U.S. students to work as interns in East and Southeast Asia*, as part of their undergraduate or graduate studies.

The Freeman Foundation’s major objectives include strengthening the bonds of friendship between the United States and countries of East and Southeast Asia. Through education and educational exchanges, the Foundation hopes to develop a greater appreciation of Asian cultures, histories and economies in the United States and a better understanding of the American people and of American institutions and purposes by the peoples of Asia.

The UO has been awarded a grant from the Freeman Foundation to award and administer these internship fellowships, which will provide stipends to UO student interns to offset travel and living expenses overseas.

Eligibility
To be eligible for a Freeman Internship Fellowship, candidates must:

  1. be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident;
  2. be enrolled at the UO as a degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate student;
  3. be in good academic standing;
  4. have applied to and/or been accepted into an internship in East or Southeast Asia through IE3 Global Internships, or through connections with UO departments, UO faculty, or UO alumni;
  5. demonstrate financial need;
  6. have a strong interest in East and/or Southeast Asia

Award and Requirements
Fellowships of up to $6,000 are available.  Award amounts will depend on the length of the internship, location, budget, and other internship support.  Internships must be at least 8 weeks in length to be considered for a Freeman Fellowship.

Following their return to UO, all awardees will be required to share their experiences and lessons learned with other students through presentations, mentoring, and/or publications.

*For this program, the eligible countries include Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam

Application

Please note: All applications must be submitted through our online form which will go live on 10/20/2017. Please have all of your materials ready before you start the online application. Your answers will not be saved until you submit the full application.

A PDF version of the application is available here:

Application Deadlines

To be considered for a Freeman Internship Fellowship, candidates must submit a completed application by the deadlines below:

  • November 20, 2017 (for winter/spring internships)
  • February 20, 2018 (for spring/summer internships)
  • April 20, 2018 (for summer internships)
  • July 20, 2018  and September 20, 2018 (for fall internships)

*If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, please turn in your application materials by 12 pm on the following work day.

For more information about the new UO GlobalWorks Internship Program, please visit https://gsi.uoregon.edu/globalworks.

For more information about IE3 Global Internships, please visit http://ie3global.org/school/university-of-oregon/.

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September 7, 2011

CAPS Small Grant Recipients

Spring 2011
Sunyoung Kim, EALL
$350

Ying Chen, Linguistics
$100

Ying Chen, Linguisticsuistics
$300

Faith Kreskey, Art History
$400

Rachel Wallner, Asian Studies
$400

Patrick Terry, EALL
$350

Kaori Idemaru, EALL
$300

Jean Wu, EALL
$200

Spring 2010

Maureece Levin, Anthropology
$200

Chengbei Zhang, Archaeology
$350

 

Linda Konnerth, Linguistics
$350

Rory Walsh, Anthropology
$200

Miwako Okigami, EALL
$180

Lucy Shultz, Philosophy
$350

Dan Wood, Linguisticsuistics
$280

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$280

Kathi Carpenter, International Studies
$350

Spring 2008

Maureece Levin, Anthropology
$300

Brian Butler, Linguistics
$250

Tam Nguyen, Linguistics
$250

Christopher Hagan, International Studies
$100

Shangrila Wynn, Environmental Studies/Geography
$400

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$200

Katherine Seikel, Anthropology
$300

Jonathan Edward Banks, Linguistics
$400

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$100

Spring 2007

Maureece Levin, Anthropology
$180

Russell Meeuf, Eng
$300

Miyoko Nakajima, EALL
$300

Katherine Seikel, Anthropology
$100

Yipeng Shen, EALL
$200

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$70

Daniel Wood, Linguistics
$200

Kun Yue, Linguistics
$400

Erin Cline, Phil
$400

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$400

Kimiko Tsukada, EALL
$200

Fall 2011

Wing Shan Ho, EALL
$450

Gennie Nguyen, Anthropology
$350

Gwendolyn Hyslop, Linguistics
$450

Yu Zhang, EALL
$200

Marjolijin Kaiser, EALL
$300

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$400

Kyle Shernuk, EALL
$300

Xiaoquan Raphael Zhang, EALL
$100

Gyoung-Ah Lee, Anthropology
$200

Fall 2009

Anna Pucilowski, Linguistics
$400

Bryna Tuft, EALL
$450

Gwendolyn Hyslop, Linguistics
$400

Daisuke Miyao, EALL
$250

Bob Felsing, Library
$400

Fall 2008

Tung-yi Kho, Sociology
$300

Wenjia Liu, EALL
$300

Daniel Wood, Linguistics
$200

Tristan Grunow, History
$200

Jean Wu, EALL
$200

Lamia Karim, Anthropology
$300

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$300

Daisuke Miyao, EALL
$300

Miwako Okigami, EALL
$350

Tam Nguyen, Linguistics
$200

Yipeng Shen, EALL
$250

Colleen Laird, EALL
$350

Ying Chen, Linguistics
$150

Kyoung-ho Kang, Linguistics
$150

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$150

Susan Guion, Linguistics
$200

Alisa Freedman, EALL
$100

Fall 2007

Brian Bogart,
$250

Daniel Wood,
$400

Linda Konnerth,
$400

Daisuke Miyao,
$350

Alisa Freedman,
$350

Fall 2006

Deanne Goforth, International Studies
$300

Colleen Laird, EALL
$400

Gwendolyn Lowes, Linguistics
$400

Tung-yi Kho, Sociology
$400

Irina Shport, Linguistics
$400

Biswarup Sen, Journalism
$400

Mark Levy, Music
$200

Jonathan Wei, Student Life
$100

January 21, 2011

NRC Language Instructor Travel Grants

 

The University of Oregon’s National Resource Center for East Asian Studies is offering travel awards of up to $800 in support of the professional activities of its instructors of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Travel can be used to present at professional conferences, attend pedagogy workshops, or conduct site visits to other campuses.

 

Application Instructions:

  1. Complete the following online application by April 6, 2018
  2. Request a letter of support from the EALL Department Head to be emailed to lakey@uoregon.edu by the application deadline.

Due to limited funding, priority will be given to applications that support the programmatic needs of the department. Please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu with any questions.

January 4, 2011

NRC Faculty Travel Grants

The University of Oregon’s National Resource Center for East Asian Studies is offering travel awards of up to $2,000 in support of program development activities with institutions in East Asia. Faculty and staff engaged in East Asian program building are eligible to apply. These travel awards are not intended for research; applicants must articulate how the proposed travel will enhance program development.

Application Deadline for 2018-19:  April 6, 2018

Please click here to complete the online application form.  For more information, please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

November 22, 2010

List of FLAS Fellows

Current Fellows

 

2017-18 Academic Year FLAS Fellows:

Graduate Fellows:

Nakota DiFonzo
Asian Studies, Chinese

Ken Ezaki
Asian Studies, Japanese

Sara King
East Asian Languages and Literatures, Korean

Joelle Thorne
East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese


Undergraduate Fellows:

Carynn Bratton
Cinema Studies, Korean

Jeremy Henninger-Chiang
East Asian Languages and Literatures/Asian Studies, Chinese

Alison Roden
East Asian Languages and Literatures/International Studies, Chinese

Ben Yuan Sheng Song
East Asian Languages and Literatures/Biology, Chinese


Previous FLAS Fellows

Summer 2017
Jason Lester, Comparative Literature, Chinese
Matthew Fouts, Law/International Studies, Japanese
Ellie Yeo, Linguistics, Chinese
Allene Shaw, Asian Studies, Japanese
Victoria Kwong, EALL/Economics, Chinese
Thomas Kelson, EALL/Romance Languages, Chinese
You Tao Ma, EALL/Chemistry, Chinese

2016-17 Academic Year

Dylan Brady, Geography, Chinese
Katherine Messer, Asian Studies, Chinese
Jason Lester, Comparative Literature, Chinese
Sean Brennan, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Dana Benelli, EALL/Comparative Literature, Japanese
Katelyn Terra, EALL/Comparative Literature, Japanese
You Tao Ma, EALL/Chemistry, Chinese
Victoria Kwong, EALL/Economics, Chinese

Summer 2016
Elise Choi, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Emily Cole, History, Japanese
Kun Xie, Art History, Japanese
Megan Pellouchoud, Asian Studies, Korean
Thomas Kelson, EALL/Romance Languages, Chinese
Alison Roden, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Roxanne Fieldhouse, Biology, Japanese
Kasey Sullivan, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese

2015-16 Academic Year
Brandon Folse, Asian Studies, Chinese
Emily Cole, History, Japanese
Robert Moore, Comparative Literature, Chinese
Breann Goosman, History, Japanese
Gwendolyn Snider, PPPM/REEES, Chinese
Kelsey Reed, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Rachel Grant, EALL/Economics, Japanese
Kasey Sullivan, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese

Summer 2015
Alison Parman, Art History, Japanese
Billy Goehring, Philosophy, Korean
Breann Goosmann, History, Japanese
Elise Choi, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Ian Cipperly, History, Japanese
John Moore, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Lee Moore, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Allen Blanton, Chinese/Architecture, Chinese
Kasey Sullivan, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Kylee Riala, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Sarah Ramsey, Chinese/Business, Chinese
Shawna Sullivan, Chinese, Chinese
Ya Zhen Tan, Chinese/Psychology, Korean
Katelyn Terra, East Asian Languages and Literatures/Comparative Literature, Japanese
Alexander Fok, Japanese/Computer and Information Science, Japanese
Grace Jo, East Asian Languages and Literatures/Business, Chinese

2014-15 Academic Year
Hillary Maxson, History, Japanese
John D. Moore, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Jessica Neafie, Political Science, Chinese
Michelle Crowson, Comparative Literature, Japanese
Benjamen DoVale, Political Science, Chinese
Ryan Michaels, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Ayantu Megerssa, International Studies, Chinese

Summer 2014
Grace Jo, Business, Chinese
Alexis Mansour, Linguistics & East Asian Languages and Literature, Chinese
Gwendolyn Snider, Planning, Public Policy & Management, Chinese
Michelle Crowson, Comparative Literature, Japanese
Yu Chih Chou, East Asian Languages and Literature, Japanese
Sabra Harris, Folklore, Japanese
Jessica Neafie, Political Science, Chinese
Katriel Perry, Chinese, Chinese
Lindsey Larvick, undeclared, Chinese
Mani Woodward, Human Physiology, Chinese
Katherine Messer, Asian Studies, Chinese
Ana Rodriguez, Chinese/Spanish, Chinese

2013-14 Academic Year
Abram Emil Conant, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Daniel Borengasser, History, Japanese
Michelle Crowson, Comparative Literature, Chinese
Rachel Wallner, Asian Studies, Chinese
Brian O’Donnell, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Kathryn Lovett, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Lauren Dalton, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese

Summer 2013
Brian O’Donnell, EALL/REES, Chinese
Daniel Borengasser, History, Japanese
Elizabeth Grosz, Philosophy, Japanese
Erik Thorbeck, EALL/INTL, Chinese
Kathryn Lovett, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Korean
Michelle Crowson, Comparative Literature, Chinese
Samantha Gammons, International Studies

2012-13 Academic Year
Erik Glowark, History, Japanese
Ha Beom Kim, Anthropology, Chinese
Dylan Brady, Geography, Chinese
Rebekah Hunter, History, Japanese
Roxanne Olsson, International Studies, Chinese
Nichole Woodruff, Psychology, Korean
Brian O’Donnell, Russian/Chinese, Chinese
Brianna Eamons, Political Science/International Studies, Japanese
Lea Anderson, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Chinese
Hannelore Atteberry, Japanese, Japanese

Summer 2012
Julia Trippe, Linguistics
Faith Kreskey, Art History
Heather Cates, Art History
Robert pace, Chinese
Victoria Zhu, Mathematics and Chinese
May Schlotzhaur, Art History
Erika Watts, Japanese and International Studies
Brian O’Donnell, Chinese and Russian
Ji-Woo Suh, Journalism
Julia Sim, Undeclared

2011-12 Academic Year
Erik Glowark, History, Japanese
Kyle Fortenberry, History, Chinese
Jesse Rodenbiker, Asian Studies, Chinese
Pedro Bassoe, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Japanese
Sze Yan Li, Japanese/Product Design/Computer Information Science, Japanese
Margaret Simons, Chinese/Asian Studies, Chinese
Brandon Yeh, Political Science/Chinese, Chinese

Summer 2011
Rachel Wallner, Chinese, Asian Studies
Bryna Tuft, Chinese, East Asian Language and Literature
Kyle Nystrom, Japanese, Computer Science
Julie DePaulo, Japanese, Folklore
Matthew Hayes, Japanese, Asian Studies
Brian O’Donnell, Chinese, Classics
Lloyd Hall, Japanese, International Studies
Steven McVey, Korean, East Asian Language and Literature
Kelly Mucklestone, Chinese, Political Science/ Chinese
Timothy Arnold, Japanese, East Asian Language and Literature

2010-11 Academic Year
Hillary Maxson, Japanese, History
Katherine Thompson, Chinese, East Asia Languages and Literature
Julia Trippe, Korean, Linguistics
Kyle Shernuk, Japanese, East Asia Languages and Literatures
Gracie Beaver, Japanese, East Asian Languages and Literatures
Lauren Dickey, Chinese, Asian Studies
Lucy Gubbins, Japanese, Linguistics/Anthropology

Summer 2010
Genevieve Beecher, Chinese, International Studies
Charles Campbell, Chinese, Economics
Ashley Chan, Japanese, Literature
Allison Fonder, Chinese, Literature
Eric Gustafson, Japanese, Literature
Holina Ung, Chinese, International Studies
Nathan Fischler, Chinese, History
Emily Neyman, Chinese, Accounting
Dennis Tanner, Chinese, Literature
Stephen Glasgow, Japanese, History

2009-10 Academic Year
Bryna Tuft, Chinese, Literature
Grace Oh, Japanese, Linguistics
Kyle Shernuk, Chinese, Literature
Lisa Goetz, Chinese, Literature
Monica McClellan, Japanese, Literature
Patrick Terry, Japanese, Literature
Vanessa Mousavizadeh, Chinese, Planning, Public Policy, Management

Summer 2009
Katherine Thompson, Chinese, Literature
Kathryn Barton, Japanese, Literature
Keryn Price, Japanese, Literature
Stephen Henry, Japanese, Accounting

2008-09 Academic Year
Edwin Way, Chinese, Political Science
Grace Oh, Japanese, Linguistics
Patrick Terry, Japanese, Literature
Rory Walsh, Chinese, Anthropology
Sandra Koike, Japanese, Architecture
Tristan Grunow, Korean, History
Vanessa Mousavizadel, Chinese, Political Science

Summer 2008
Edwin Way, Chinese, Political Science
Jason Ross, Chinese, EALL
Kathryn Barton, Japanese, Literature
Paul Bournhonesque, Korean, Linguistics
Sandra Koike, Japanese, Architecture

2007-08 Academic Year
Cayce Pallister, Japanese, EALL
Chloe Garcia Roberts, Chinese, Literature
Christopher Hagen, Chinese, International Studies
Colleen Laird, Japanese, EALL
Edwin Way, Chinese, Political Science
Maureece Levin, Japanese, Anthropology

Summer 2007
Christopher Hagen, Chinese, International Studies
Grace Oh, Japanese, Linguistics
Gwendolyn Lowes, Chinese, Linguistics
Jon Jablonski, Chinese, Geography
Sandra Koike, Japanese, Architecture

2006-07 Academic Year
Austin Parks, Japanese, History
Colleen Laird, Japanese, EALL
Gwendolyn Lowes, Chinese, Linguistics
Kathryn Russell, Chinese, Art History
Luke Yamaguchi, Japanese, EALL
Tirstan Grunow, History, Japanese


November 3, 2010

CAPS Small Professional Grants for Graduate Students

The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies is offering awards of up to $500 in support of the professional activities of UO graduate students studying Asia. Awards will be made for the following purposes: travel to conferences to present papers, travel to library, museum, and archival collections; and expenses related to book and article production and publication. Your application should state that you have first tried to secure funds from your department.

To submit a proposal, please click here to complete the online application form.  A brief letter of support from your advisor explaining how this activity is central to your research interests is also required.  This letter can be emailed directly to Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

Applications will be reviewed twice per year. The deadlines for small grant applications are:

Fall: November 17, 2017 (for winter and spring 2018 projects)

Spring: April 6, 2018 (for summer and fall 2018 projects)

Awards must be used within one year of the date of the award. Applicants may apply for a CAPS Small Grant before they’ve been accepted to a conference, though their award will be continent upon acceptance confirmation.  No retroactive awards can be made.

Successful applicants are asked, after the award has been used, to write a brief letter to CAPS reporting on the completion of the relevant project.

For a hardcopy version of the application form, please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

October 26, 2010

NRC Conference Proposals

Request for Proposals

The new National Resource Center (NRC) for East Asian Studies at the UO seeks proposals from UO faculty for annual public conferences related to the theme of the grant “National and Transnational East Asia.” To put this aspiration more squarely in perspective, UO’s East Asia NRC aims “to approach the region as a place steeped in distinct local and national traditions, yet also swept up in transnational flows of capital, labor, consumer goods, religion, popular culture, and information.” In this vein, we encourage faculty to submit proposals with interdisciplinary and/or transnational dimensions, but will entertain any and all East Asia-centered ideas for conference funding.

Conferences must be open to the public.  Funds can be used for travel and lodging for outside participants, keynote speaker honoraria, venue rental, and other expenses needed for organizing a successful public event.

The NRC conference funding, up to $7,500, is intended to provide a financial foundation for conferences. It is expected that applicants will seek costshare from appropriate departments, centers, or external sources.

Deadline for 2018-19 Conferences:  April 6, 2018

Please click here to access the online application. For more information, please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

October 15, 2010

Application for CAPS Faculty Reading Group

A limited number of grants of $500 will be made to establish CAPS focused reading groups that meet to discuss articles and books on a topic within the CAPS fields. Application must be made by a group of no fewer than three CAPS faculty (one of whom is designated the coordinator of the group.)

The grant is to be used for the reproduction of articles and the purchase of books for group use; it may also be put toward the invitation of speakers. At the end of the academic year, the coordinator of the group is required to submit to CAPS a report on the group’s activities. Applications (including an explanation of the focus of the group and a list of members) are due on November 17, 2017.

To submit a proposal, please click here to complete the online application form. For a hardcopy version of the application form, please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

CAPS Small Professional Grants for Faculty

The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies is offering awards of up to $500 in support of the professional activities of its faculty. Awards will be made for the following purposes: travel to conferences to present papers (once funds from the faculty member’s department have been exhausted), travel to library, museum, and archival collections; and expenses related to book and article production and publication.

To submit a proposal, please click here to complete the online application form.

Applications will be reviewed twice per year. The deadlines for small grant applications are:

Fall: November 17, 2017 (for winter and spring 2018 projects)

Spring: April 6, 2018 (for summer and fall 2018 projects)

Awards must be used within one year of the date of the award. Applicants may apply for a CAPS Small Grant before they’ve been accepted to a conference, though their award will be continent upon acceptance confirmation.

No retroactive awards can be made. Successful applicants are asked, after the award has been used, to write a brief letter to CAPS reporting on the completion of the relevant project.

For a hardcopy version of the application form, please contact Holly Lakey at lakey@uoregon.edu.

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