UChicago NRCs Bring Together Chicago Educators to Leverage COVID Reporting to Evaluate Systemic Inequalities
This summer, U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Centers (NRC) at the University of Chicago, including The Center for Eastern European and Russian/Eurasian Studies, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and the Center for East Asian Studies, co-hosted a professional development series together with the Pulitzer Center. This series, under the annual Summer Institute for Educators program, allowed educators to explore systemic inequalities across the globe highlighted by COVID-19.
The Center for East Asian Studies congratulates the following CEAS faculty who have been awarded The Provost’s Global Faculty Awards (PGFA) for FY2022:
Law School International Immersion Program Hong Kong - Taiwan
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The University of Chicago Center for East Asian Studies sponsors an annual prize of $250.00 awarded for the best University of Chicago B.A. thesis dealing with topics related to East Asia (China, Japan and Korea). Since its inception in 2009, one prize has been awarded to a paper in the area of humanities and one in the area of social sciences. Preference is provided to papers utilizing original source materials in an East Asian language. This prize is named in honor of Asada Eiji, the recipient of the first Ph.D. degree awarded by the University of Chicago in 1893.
A multi-platform social media campaign that explores the logistical making of the social and the social making of logistics, #Logistics in the Time of Covid was conceived as a digital “cabinet of curiosities,” a roving collection of artifacts, tales, and puzzles, the interactive online platform supports the sharing and discussion of meso-level research findings and enables contributors to showcase diverse audiovisual forms of representation.