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Kennesaw State University/Hawai'i

Kennesaw State University/Hawai'i

Program Overview
Kennesaw State/Sam Houston State Joint Summer Study in Hawai`i
June 3 - June 25, 2000

Six hours of credit awarded through KSU for:
PHIL 4425: Asian Philosophies and Religions
HIST 3374: Modern China and Japan

David Jones, Ph.D. University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Kennesaw State University, (770) 423-6596;
Tracy Steele, Ph.D. London School of Economics, Assistant Professor of History, Sam Houston State University, (409) 294-1480;

$2300.00* includes Room and Board, 6 hours of KSU tuition, and some ground transportation in Hawai`i.
DOES NOT INCLUDE AIRFARE - Participants will arrange and pay for their airfare individually.
*Financial aid is applicable toward this program.*

Students will have access to the extensive resources and expertise of the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. There will be regular lectures by prominent scholars from the University and East-West Center. Opportunities for field trips to the Honolulu Academy of Arts, which offers a unique collection of Asian and Pacific art, and various temple sites will be provided. Outside the classroom, students will enjoy the richness of Hawai`i's natural environment, its diverse culture, and unique ocean locale.

Asian Studies Summer Study in Hawaii is sponsored by Kennesaw State University in collaboration with Sam Houston State University. The program is based at the School of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa.

Information and Contact
Mr. Dan Paracka, Assistant Director
International Center, Kennesaw State University
Phone: 770-423-6732
Fax: 770-499-3430
The program website may be found at:

Asia Institute