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Giving to Our Department

You may give online by clicking the "Give Now" buttons below. Online giving is secure, fast, and simple. Please click the area you would like to support, and you will be redirected to KU Endowment, the non-profit fundraising organization that supports KU.

For information on other ways to give, please visit the KU Endowment web site». For information on other opportunities to assist the Department, please contact Professor and Chair Maggie Childs at (785) 864-9128.

EALC Development Fund

This fund provides support for the department's academic mission in flexible ways: to reward outstanding performance in on-campus language study not covered by a dedicated fund (i.e., Japanese and Korean), to defray the travel expenses of graduate students who present papers at conferences, to support faculty when their teaching and research activities incur expenses that are not covered by limited university resources, for extra-curricular cultural functions, and other such events and materials that support our academic mission.
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You may help us to recognize and reward our most outstanding students via the following award funds:

Andrew and Lily Tsubaki Award

This fund is given annually to a student to support their participation in a study abroad program in Japan.
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E. John Niswander Memorial Fund

This fund is used to purchase dictionaries for promising students at the elementary level in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
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Grace Wan Award

This fund is given annually to a promising undergraduate student at the intermediate level of Chinese language study.
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Mary and Joseph  Kuo Chinese Studies Scholarship

This fund is given annually to one intermediate or advanced level student who demonstrates exceptional talent and expresses a commitment to continue his or her Chinese studies at the University of Kansas or in graduate studies.

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