The 7th Annual RSEA Alumni Panel held October 24th was an opportunity for current students to engage with alumni and reflect on possible career directions after completing their AM degree.
In opening the event, GSAS Dean Emma Dench remarked that the Regional Studies East Asia program is exemplary in crossing disciplines with its deep regional focus. She noted that RSEA graduates pursue successful careers in many different areas while remaining connected as an alumni community, and commended RSEA students for joining an intergenerational community...
The Harvard East Asia Society (HEAS) invites currently enrolled graduate students working across all disciplines to submit abstracts for its 23rd annual conference. This year's HEAS Conference will be held February 8-9, 2020 at Harvard University. The theme is...
Planning is underway for the 2019 RSEA Alumni Panel to be held at Harvard on October 24. The annual event is an opportunity for current students and alumni to share career-related experiences and questions, and to enjoy informal conversations.
RSEA Alumni please watch for an email from GSAS with your invitation to attend the event.
This year's RSEA Alumni Panelists are Ms. Esther Hyun (AM '16), Mr. John Kamm (AM '75), Prof. Michael Kim (AM '92, PhD '04), Ms. Greer Meisels (AM '12), Prof. Akiko Walley (AM '04, PhD '09), and Prof. Don Wyatt (AM '78, PhD '84).... Read more about RSEA Alumni Panel event coming soon!
RSEA held its Orientation day on August 28 to welcome 25 new students to the program. Members of the incoming 2019 cohort enjoyed the opportunity to get to know each other before beginning their Fall semester classes. We welcome another 21 RSEA students back to their second year of the program. RSEA students pursue a diverse array of fields and interests in East Asian studies during their time at Harvard. See current student profiles. Read more about Welcome RSEA Students!
At a GSAS ceremony on May 29, RSEA Alumna Carroll Bogert (AM '86) was presented with a Centennial Medal in recognition of her courageous work in journalism and advocacy for human rights.
The Centennial Medal is the highest award bestowed by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Established in 1989 on the occasion of the school's 100th anniversary, the Centennial Medal honors distinguished alumni who have made lasting contributions to society that emerged from their graduate study at Harvard.
Carroll Bogert is President of the Marshall Project, a Pulitzer-Prize-...