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One of the regular meetings of Korean Studies Center was held on November 30th, Thursday at Johnson Center Meeting Room E. Five visiting scholars who are leaving for their home countries this winter presented their research results.
미국 내 한류 열풍과 높아진 한국의 국제적 위상으로 유수의 대학들이 한국학 연구에 열의를 보이고 있다. 워싱턴 지역에서는 조지 메이슨 대학 한국학 센터(Korean Study Center, 소장 노영찬 교수)가 한국어와 한국문화를 알리며 미국과 한국을 연결하는 가교 역할을 하고 있다. 한인 2세는 물론 타인종 학생들에게 한국어와 문화 등 한국을 가르치며 한국을 알리고, 글로벌 시대에 맞는 리더 양성에 주력하고 있다.
Creative Aging features artwork from the Phillips’s ongoing partnership with Iona Senior Services, a nonprofit organization that provides support for the Washington, DC, area’s older adults, along with their families and caregivers.
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