Junior Year

During junior year, EAS majors begin to independently explore the broad and varied interdisciplinary opportunities in East Asian studies through the research and writing of the fall and spring junior papers. From cultural events hosted by the language programs, to research sessions in the East Asian Library with EAS 300, there are also many ways for EAS juniors to get involved with the department.

Majors are encouraged to stay connected to all the events and important deadlines through the EAS page on Canvas.

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