Nam Center Undergraduate Fellows Program (continued)

The Nam Center for Korean Studies Undergraduate Fellowship Program seeks to stimulate and support undergraduate students' interest in exploring various topics about Korea. The Fellows Program welcomes U-M undergraduate students who are invested in studies on Korea, interested in cultivating the Nam Center Fellows community, and committed to become an active member of the Nam Center for Korean Studies. A few highlights of the fellowship include: conducting research on Korea, presenting research papers at U-M USC Undergraduate Fellows Conference, and acting as liaisons between the Nam Center and the campus community.

The fellowship is conferred upon the fellow’s fulfillment of the fellowship requirements. If the fellow fails to abide by the conditions of the fellowship, the Nam Center has the right to annul the fellowship. Please see below for more detailed information on the benefits and requirements of the Nam Center Undergraduate Fellows Program.

For pictures from the 2013 exchange, check out the photos on Facebook.

See photos from the 2014 exchange on flickr.

Fellows Program benefits include:

  • Participation in the annual U-M USC Undergraduate Fellows Conference (Conference site alternates between U-M and USC each year. This year’s conference will be held at U-M)
  • Competitive advantages for Nam Center funding opportunities
  • Invitation to attend meetings with distinguished scholars and VIPs'
  • Recognition by the Nam Center community as student scholars committed to Korean Studies

Fellows Program requirements include:

  • Fellows must volunteer for at least three Nam Center events per semester. Duties may include, but are not limited to event organizing, event setup & takedown, ushering, photo-taking, and video recording.
  • Fellows must write a 15-page paper on issues related to Korea which they will present at the U-M USC Undergraduate Fellows Conference. Those who wish to opt out of writing the paper can instead volunteer at minimum five Nam Center events per semester to retain their fellowship.
  • Fellows must write a 250-word article on one of the attended events per semester. Articles must be submitted within a month of the event.

How to apply:
If you are interested in being a fellow, please send the following to no later than May 5, 2014.

  • Resume (please include your UMID, uniqname, address, and phone number)
  • A Statement of purpose that explains why you are a good candidate for the Undergraduate Fellows Program (1 page).

For questions or more information, contact:

Do-Hee Morsman, Center Administrator
734.764.1825 |