KAMPUS Crash Course on Korean American History

April 3, 2022
17:00 - 19:00

Have you ever wondered how our community got to where we are today? Join us at KAmpus Crash Course on Korean American History to reflect on the yesterday, today, and tomorrow of our community in the company of 100+ students across the U.S.


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 Event Overview 

Over the past two years, a lot has happened to all of us — both as individuals and as a community. Horrific incidents continue, and as we grapple with the heartbreaking times, we  would like to share with you a little bit of Korean American history to help you make sense of our community today and chart a better course for tomorrow.

Join us at KAmpus Crash Course on Korean American History to meet other Korean American students and discuss the importance of history as we look to the future.

  • Date/Time: Sunday, April 3rd from 5pm to 7pm EST
  • Platform: Zoom, upon registration, a personalized access link will be sent by email to you.
  • Hosting Korean American Student Organizations: Columbia, Northwestern, Princeton, Yale, University of Maryland, Georgetown, Syracuse, UPenn, and Duke
  • Open to all undergraduate students.


  • Presentation: Featuring Sungkwan Jang, Deputy Executive Director of KAGC, who will give a talk on how history, public policy, and grassroots advocacy have shaped our community.
  • Q&A Session: Ask any questions you may have about the Korean American community and its history. We welcome you to submit questions prior to the event.
  • Discussion Groups: Meet with other Korean American students to get to know each other and talk about what you’ve learned in a smaller setting.
  • Reflection: Look back on how our history relate with our present. Ask any questions that arose from discussion.
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