Meet Professor Grace Chae

GI YOON KIM (edited by CL)
“People jump to assumptions, because it’s easy— I hope to show a bigger picture”

Grace Chae is a Korea Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow at Wellesley College. She received her Ph.D. in History at the University of Chicago, specializing in Korean War POWs. Right now she teaches Modern Korean History: From the 1800s to the Present and Prisoners of War: International Norms and Practice at Wellesley College. Continue reading

OneKorea 2011 Internship Application and Description

Exciting news! The Ministry of Unification will be continuing its internship program for a second year! Please download the description and application for more details, and to apply!



**Deadline: April 5, 2011 11:59PM


The Ministry of Unification’s Overseas Student Correspondent Internship Program aims to educate undergraduate and graduate students on the various issues surrounding the unification of the Koreas, including those of human rights and politics. This is an opportunity for students to interactand dialogue with North Korean defectors, South Korean college students, South Korean government officials, and other professionals involved in various aspects of the North Korean defector assimilation process in the Republic of Korea. Students may also opt to intern at the MOU offices prior to their volunteer work. Additionally, interns will serve as international correspondents to the Ministry of Unification and contribute monthly articles with relevant content to the Overseas Correspondents’ blog. The purpose of the blog is to raise awareness about the issues involving the Korean peninsula in the international community. Interns will be responsible for maintaining the blog in conjunction with the Ministry of Unification.