Global Asian Studies is offering a life-changing opportunity for 23 students to travel to Tokyo and Hiroshima this June with grant money from Fulbright and the Japan Foundation. Full travel scholarships are available.
The Kakehashi Tomodachi Inouye Scholars Program is funded in honor of the legacy of the late Senator Daniel Inouye (Hawaii) in civil rights, justice and public service.
The Global Asian Studies Japan 2014 website for application instructions and program guidelines, as well as general information about the Global Asian Studies Program, can be found at this link: https://japan2014.depaul.edu/ Applications are due 4/30 and interviews will begin on 5/2. Interested students should apply early.
There will also be a Global Asian Studies table at the Major/Minor Fair next Monday April 21st, noon-3pm in LPC Student Center 120. They will have program information and treats from Asia. The program director and assistant will be there to answer questions regarding the Global Asian Studies Program and Japan 2014 application criteria.