Join NSLI-Y Interactive on Tuesday, April 6 from 6:30 PM EST – 7:30 PM EST for the virtual event Personal Projects on the NSLI-Y Korean Program.

NSLI-Y Interactive will host a panel of four NSLI-Y Korean Academic Year and Summer alumni who will present on personal research projects they did during their time on program. Panelists will share about how their personal project work enhanced their language learning, deepened their cultural knowledge, and fostered their intellectual curiosity about their host country. NSLI-Y alumni will facilitate discussions about how engaging in personal projects enriched their NSLI-Y experience. The panelists' presentations will be followed by a Q&A session.

Register for the virtual event here!


Please let us know if you would like access to closed captioning, ASL interpretation, or any other form of accommodation by emailing [email protected] by Friday, April 2.

Meet the speakers:

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Lucas is a current NSLI-Y 2020-2021 Korean academic year student and an alum of NSLI-Y's 2019 Korean summer program. He plans on attending university in the fall and hopes to work in South Korea in the fields of television and broadcasting in the future.

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Zach is an alumnus of both the NSLI-Y 2018 Korean summer program and the 2019-2020 Korean academic year program. He is a freshman studying economics and mathematics at Tulane University. He plans on formally continuing his language studies through college study abroad programs and enjoys spending time hiking and cycling.

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Emma is an alumna of the NSLI-Y 2016 Korean summer and 2018-2019 Korean academic year programs. Currently a sophomore at Columbia University with the intention of double majoring in Political Science and East Asian Studies, her participation in NSLI-Y fostered a passion for language learning and an appreciation of being inquisitive which she hopes will continue to lend themselves to her future endeavors domestically and abroad.

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Poppy is an alumnus of the 2019-2020 Korean Academic Year program in Seoul, South Korea. Next fall, he will be a freshman at York University, majoring in Biomedical Science and Linguistics with a minor in Korean. Poppy is passionate about language learning and plans to use these skills to become a medical translator and interpreter in the future.