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Dr. Nigel Callinan Inspires DIS Students with His Talk
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Dr. Nigel Callinan Inspires DIS Students with His Talk

Students of the DIS were given a rather inspiring lecture last Thursday, May 25th, by Dr. Nigel Callinan of Pusan National University’s Department of Global Studies. Dr. Callinan gave a talk entitled “Opportunities for personal growth: Entrepreneurship in South Korea,” which centered on student opportunities for starting small businesses while still in school. Dr. Callinan’s … Continue reading

DIS Lecture Series Begins!
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DIS Lecture Series Begins!

The Department of International Studies (DIS) kicked off its “After Dongseo Exploratory Lecture Series” on Monday, April 24. The DIS was very happy to have as its inaugural speaker Dr. Alok Roy, Secretary General of the Busan Foundation of International Cooperation (BFIC). A professor of Indian Studies at Busan University of Foreign Studies, for nearly … Continue reading

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DIS Launches New Curriculum

DIS professors desire success for their students in this ever more globally competitive environment. As such, the DIS has launched a new curriculum beginning with the 2017 matriculating class. We believe these changes in the DIS program will continue to offer students a unique environment, while fostering the skills necessary to succeed in the fast-paced, … Continue reading

Myers Makes History as First Full Professor of the DIS
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Myers Makes History as First Full Professor of the DIS

   Congratulations! Professor Brian (B.R.) Myers made Dongseo University history on October 1 by becoming the first, full professor of the Department of International Studies. For those unfamiliar with university faculty hierarchy, faculty members generally spend their first 2-3 years as an assistant professor, after which they are promoted to associate professor, a position they … Continue reading

US Primary Elections Offer Bleak Future
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US Primary Elections Offer Bleak Future

by Sean O’Malley, Associate Professor, DIS Primary elections for potential presidential nominees of the Democratic and Republican parties in the United States are in full swing. In fact, the probability of who will represent each party is narrowing. The increasing probability seems to dictate a general election race between former First Lady, Senator and Secretary … Continue reading