Dr. Haesook Chae is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and President of the Association of Korean Political Studies. Her Fulbright research in South Korea investigated South Korean public opinion and resulted in the following publications: “South Korean Attitudes toward the ROK-U.S. Alliance: Group Analysis” in PS: Political Science & Politics, v43, issue 3, July 2010; “Conservatives and Progressives in South Korea” in The Washington Quarterly 31, no 4, Autumn 2008.
Dr. Haesook Chae
Student-faculty collaboration in comparative politics
Dr. Haesook Chae and three students received the ASIANetwork Freeman Student-Faculty Fellowship and conducted research in South Korea for three weeks in 2004. Their research focused on two topics: anti-Americanism among South Korean college students and teaching English and the foreign experience in South Korea. They wrote a research paper based on the data collected during the trip and presented it at the annual meeting for the American Political Science Association held in Chicago in 2004. They also prepared poster presentations of their research at the 2005 ASIANetwork conference in Los Angeles.
Faculty Coordinator for Student Internships