The Nam Center for Korean Studies is among a group of Big Ten university centers selected to share an expected $1 million gift from the Korea Foundation for the Consortium for Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Korean Studies e-School project. The project, spanning three years, is part of the Korea Foundation’s Global e-School. It funds a new initiative for Korean Studies via distance learning across the institutions of the CIC — the Big Ten schools and the University of Chicago.
Heidi Kumao, an associate professor of art at the Stamps School of Art & Design, on what she can’t live without: “A camera. As an artist, it’s my tool for looking at the world in a creative and open way.”
“From Aristotle to O’Neill: Western Influence on Cao Yu,” 4 p.m. Feb. 8, North Campus Research Complex, Building 18 dining hall.