As part of a 2004 ASIANetwork grant, Haesook Chae (political science) took students to South Korea.
The summer 2013 ASIANetwork Freeman Student-Faculty Fellows Program supports collaborative undergraduate research in East and Southeast Asia.
ASIANetwork is a consortium of colleges that works to strengthen the role of Asian Studies within the framework of a liberal arts education.
BW Awarded Grant for Research in China
A Baldwin Wallace University economics professor and four students will be conducting research in China this summer as recipients of a 2013 ASIANetwork Freeman Student-Faculty Fellows grant, an award given to only 13 schools across the U.S.
Xudong Chen, associate professor of economics, will lead four students to China May 16-June 6 to visit Fuzhou, Xiamen, Shanghai and Beijing. The experience will enable them to advance their research skills, learn firsthand about Asia, and foster intercultural awareness and appreciation.
The students include senior Sundous Eddeb of Brooklyn; juniors Erin Amschlinger of Rocky River and Daniela Muhaj of Albania, and sophomore Paul Krause of Parma.
While there, they will study urban demolition and relocation management policies being conducted in the People's Republic of China as well as internet censorship. They also will analyze the views of Chinese Christians to learn how rapid economic development has affected Chinese society and the environment.