East Asian Studies Majors Share Research at Poster Session

Twenty-five students majoring in East Asian Studies presented their research at a poster session April 29 in the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies. The first-ever event allowed the graduating seniors to share their projects in a visual way with faculty, staff and fellow students. (Photos by Alexandra Portis ’09)

Adam Black '09.

Adam Black '09, discusses his research with an onlooker.

Paul Gerdes '09 explains his research to Bill Johnston, professor of East Asian studies, professor and chair of history, professor of science in society and tutor in the College of Social Studies.

Paul Gerdes '09 explains his research to Bill Johnston, professor of East Asian studies, professor and chair of history, professor of science in society and tutor in the College of Social Studies.

Eiko Otake, visiting instructor in dance, photographs a student's poster.

Eiko Otake, visiting instructor in dance, photographs a student's poster.

McLean Denny '11 signs up for an e-mail list.

McLean Denny '11 signs up for an e-mail list.

Aram Glick '09 speaks to Stephen Angle, associate professor of East Asian studies, professor and chair of philosophy.

Aram Glick '09 speaks to Stephen Angle, associate professor of East Asian studies, professor and chair of philosophy.

Wa Chan '09.

Wa Chan '09 explains his poster.