Welcome to Korean Studies
The Center for Korean Studies
The Korean Studies Program at Stony Brook has been an intellectual bridge between Korea, Stony Brook, and the United States since 1982. Uniquely poised to be a hub for research and education in Korean religion and philosophy, and supported by an ever expanding library collection in Korean Studies, the Center for Korean Studies is now one of the preeminent academic initiatives in Korean Studies in the United States.
The Center has various programs on and off-campus. The Center provides support service for the minor program in Korean Studies, and runs programs such as publications, academic exchanges, scholarships and internships, and monthly seminars and talks. The Center for Korean Studies also brings traditional and contemporary Korean culture to campus in collaboration with the Charles B. Wang Center. Check this website regularly for new dates for programs and upcoming events.
SBU Embarks on Korean Language Teacher Certification Program!!!
The Center for Korean Studies successfully coordinated the necessary academic resources and funding to launch the teacher education program for Korean language. SBU is planning to accept the first group of students starting the fall of 2014. Click here for the press release.