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CEAS Resumes Public Health Series Programming

The Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) will soon launch the second phase of its 2022-23 public health series. Last fall, the center presented a film series addressing diverse public health-related issues.

YiYang Chen and David Mai Win Racial Equity Grant

Chen and Mai aim to celebrate diversity and enhance racial equity by acknowledging and documenting the musical contributions and cultural heritages of living Latinx, Asian, Middle Eastern, Indigenous, African, European and Pacific Islander classical composers.

"Improbable Probabilities" Tells Unlikely Story of Education Scholar Yong Zhao

A new memoir tells the story of how University of Kansas professor not only survived his meager childhood circumstances but how what most would consider insurmountable disadvantages allowed him to use his mind, daydream and set his own course in life.

Study Analyzes How Fact-Checkers from Four Different Countries Assess Climate Change

Research from the University of Kansas has analyzed how fact-checkers in four countries practice the craft in relation to the contentious issue of climate change.

Three CEAS Faculty Receive Research-Intensive Course Grants

David Mai, Stephen Politzer-Ahles, and Jack Zhang received grants from the KU Center for Undergraduate Research to redesign their courses to include a larger research or creative component.

KU Geography Student Receives Prestigious Doctoral Dissertation Award

University of Kansas geography doctoral candidate Carolisa Watson has received the prestigious Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Award.

Hong Kong University Offers Paid Netflix Viewing - All in the Name of Science

Getting paid to watch Netflix seems too good to be true. But that’s exactly what Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) is offering.

New Book Shares Struggles and Successes of Transnational Studies Training as English Teachers

A new book from KU authors documents the stories of students studying in the United States to be English teachers and suggests how their stories can improve education for others.

CEAS Opens Public Health Programming with Asian Film Series

Public health is the focus of programming from the Center for East Asian Studies this year, beginning with a film series Oct. 25-28 at the Kansas Union.

Interaction Installation Shares the Experiences of Formerly Incarcerated Women

A multisite exhibition opening Nov. 3 at the Spencer Museum of Art and Lawrence Public Library shares the experiences of formerly incarcerated women reentering society. 

LaGretia Copp
Program Specialist