Language and Literature 337C
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Jeffrey W. Dippmann, Ph.D., philosophy
John Alwin, Ph.D., geography
James Cook, Ph.D., history
Toni Culjak, Ph.D., English
Jeffrey Dippmann, Ph.D., philosophy and religion
William Folkestad, Ph.D., art
Michael Launius, Ph.D., political science
Chenyang Li, Ph.D., philosophy and religion
Joshua Nelson, Ph.D., Japanese language
Penglin Wang, Ph.D., anthropology
Hong Xiao, Ph.D., sociology
Bang-Soon Yoon, Ph.D., political science and women studies
Asia/Pacific studies is an interdisciplinary program focusing on a region currently undergoing a dramatic economic, political and social transformation. The program provides students with a grasp of the region’s diversity while emphasizing the interactive nature of an overarching community of nations. Careers in international business, government service and education can be augmented by preparation in Asia/Pacific studies. The program also serves as an excellent preparation for graduate study in various academic and professional fields.