Graduate students affiliated with the Center take students and faculty from Seoul National University on a tour of the U-M campus as part of the U-M/SNU Graduate student exchange program, which alternated annually between Seoul and Ann Arbor.
Nam Center Undergraduate Fellow and members of KiUM with Professor Kwak, director of the Nam Center, and Dr. Ku-Hyun Jung, professor emeritus, Yonsei University, and distinguished speaker for the 2014 Sang-Yong Nam Memorial Lecture.
Hayeon Lee, PhD. student in the joint program in Social Work and Anthropology, in solidarity with a new "friend" at the DIA during the U-M/SNU exchange program.
Nam Center Undergraduate Fellows and Undergraduate Research Fellows from the University of Southern California at the conclusion of the Korean Studies Undergraduate Exchange Conference.
The University of Michigan Nam Center for Korean Studies provides competitive fellowships for undergraduate and graduate students conducting research related to Korean studies. All U-M students who are currently enrolled are eligible to apply. Fellowship awards vary in size and range depending on the applicant's merit and fund availability.
International Institute Funding
The International Institute and its centers provide more than $3 million each year to support international research and study. This funding includes fellowships and grants for faculty and student research abroad, international internships, and the study of less commonly taught languages. Learn more about funding opportunities from the International Institute.