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A forward-looking discussion on the Canada-Korea relationship and women’s leadership in the international sphere

On October 13th, Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs visited Ewha for an intimate, closed-door discussion, followed by a 30-minute Q&A session where our GSIS students could ask questions that they felt were important regarding her work or the topics that were brought up. It was a very thought-provoking discussion that touched onContinue reading A forward-looking discussion on the Canada-Korea relationship and women’s leadership in the international sphere

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Remembering the Korean War

Ph.D. candidate, Chanamas Phengsomboon from Thailand, studies teaching Korean as a Foreign Language at Ewha GSIS, Department of Korean Studies. She is no stranger at Ewha GSIS as she earned her master’s degree back in 2013, in the same major, teaching Korean as a Foreign Language. Ms. Phengsomboon’s motivation to learn Korean can be aContinue reading “Remembering the Korean War”

Janet A. Napolitano Scholarship

Ewha Graduate School of International Studies would like to announce the creation of a new source of support for our international students called the Janet A. Napolitano Scholarship, which will come into effect in Spring 2022 (the 2 recipients have already been chosen for Spring 2022). The scholarship fund has been named in honor ofContinue reading “Janet A. Napolitano Scholarship”

Distinguished Global Lecture Series: ‘Preparing to Lead: Today’s Challenges for Tomorrow’s Leaders’

The first William J. Perry Lecture in association with Ewha GSIS Distinguished Lecture Series, invited prestigious guest speaker, Dr. Janet Napolitano to discuss: ‘Preparing to lead today’s challenges for tomorrow’s leaders.’ The lecture was held both offline and offline, with the recently lifted COVID restrictions, more students were able to participate offline. Following the lecture,Continue reading “Distinguished Global Lecture Series: ‘Preparing to Lead: Today’s Challenges for Tomorrow’s Leaders’”