As a major focus of the international political economy, the Asia-Pacific Region is now considered especially significant on the world stage. Surrounded by the world’s three largest economies-the United States, China, and Japan-and impacted by the evolving situations in China and the Korean Peninsula, the future of the region is poised to make a major… more »
This unique program that brought students and practitioners of the Atlanta unit of the M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi® School of Islamic Sufism® (one of the oldest Sufi traditions going back to the 7th century CE) together on our campus. They presented their views on Islamic Sufism and Sufi chanting and highlighted the message of love, peace, and… more »
Atlanta is home to a large refugee and immigrant population. We learned about the refugee experience in the Cambodian and Burmese communities in Atlanta, and heard about the work that Atlanta-based non-profit New American Pathways is doing to resettle and aid refugees from all over the world.
GSU recently hosted 100 students and several professors from Chonbuk National University Jan 12-Feb 6 for a four-week, non-credit program designed around specific themes (i.e. International Development, Social Policy, and Culture).
The students take morning “classes” taught by GSU instructors and… more »
The College of Education hosted 100 students from Korea’s Ewha Womans University for a Global Teaching Practicum.
The students from Ewha Womans University are visiting Georgia State University for a Global Teaching Practicum in the College of Education. Ewha Womans University, located in Seoul (ROK), is a Georgia State partner university. Georgia… more »
Dr. Kim DoHyang Reimann, Associate Professor in Political Science and Director of the Asian Studies Center at GSU, is the 2014 recipient of the Office of International Initiative’s (OII) Faculty Award for Global Engagement.
This award “honors and recognizes outstanding academic and service accomplishments and contributions to international education by Georgia State University faculty.”… more »
The Confucius Institute presents the 2014 Chinese Calligraphy, Writing, and Talent Contests!
Various prizes are available for those students that come out on top of the various talent contests.
The registration deadline is October 31, 2014.
The event will be held on Friday November 7, 2014 at 7:00pm Troy Moore Library 25 Park Place, Suite 2343… more »
The 10th annual Atlanta Asian Film Festival (2014) will be running from October 10-24, 2014. GSU Asian Studies Center and Cinefest are proud to be participating in the festival once again! Here are the dates, times and movies we will be screening at Cinefest this year, mainly from Hong Kong:
Atlanta Asian… more »
The Georgia State University 2CI on Chinese Studies is pleased to announce that it will accept nominations for several university fellowships in Chinese Studies. The fellowship includes a $22,000 stipend per year and a tuition waiver. All doctoral students in the GSU College of Arts and Sciences whose individual doctoral program of studies focuses on… more »