News and Announcments
The fellowship is a one-year position, with a possibility of a second year, if the candidate and the University so desire. The work begins in late August. Teaching duties are divided between United College, where Fellows lead their own class in English Conversation, and one of several departments, where Fellows act as Teaching Assistants in a regular course. Williams pays $7000, divided in June and January installments. CUHK adds approximately HK$ 10,000 in monthly salary and a campus apartment that you share with the other Williams person and, possibly, another US fellow. Fellows can, at no additional expense, take Chinese language courses at CUHK, which are encouraged but not required. Fellows are responsible for their own health insurance.
Through the generosity of the Taiwan Ministry of Education and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Boston (TECO), the Department of Asian Studies at Williams College has been awarded a scholarship for Williams students to study Mandarin language in Taiwan during 2018-19. As explained in a letter received from TECO, “this scholarship is being
Come and celebrate the Lunar New Year with Chinese faculty, LFs/TA, and students! There will be Chinese food, and fun activities with some great raffle prizes. Hosted by CASO, Asian Studies and Dining Services. Tuesday, February 20 from 5 – 8 pm in Mission Dining Hall.
The Chinese program in the Asian Studies Department is now accepting applications for the Chinese Government Scholarships. Deadline is Wed, January 31 at noon. Please follow link for more information and application instructions.
Chinese Government Scholarship
Tuesday, November 14, 7 – 8 pm, Hollander 040. Study Abroad in Chinese-speaking areas: which programs to go to? What types of funding are available? These questions answered, and more!