The Korean Collections Consortium of North America (KCCNA) has announced the availability of travel grants for researchers and educators in Korean studies. These grants are intended to assist Korean studies students and scholars in using the specialized library resources at the thirteen member universities of the consortium.
This program is funded by a three-year grant (2018–2020) from the Korea Foundation. The grants are available to anyone except those in Korea, who are considered already to have access to extensive Korean resources.
For program details and applications, visit http://goo.gl/HUhPnY. The application deadline is March 15, 2018.
Consortium member libraries are Columbia University; Duke University; Harvard University; Princeton University; Stanford University; University of California, Berkeley;
UCLA; University of Chicago; University of Hawai’i; University of Michigan; University of Southern California; University of Toronto; and University of Washington.
Inquiries may be directed to Joy Kim (USC), chair of the KCCNA-Research Grant Committee, at email@example.com.