Dr. Chin Soo, Lim: Vice President of the Korea Maritime Institute.
The Jackson School signed a research agreement for academic cooperation with the Korea Maritime Institute in Seoul on May 19. Specific fields of cooperation are Arctic policy and maritime research. The agreement was signed by Dr. Chin Soo, Lim, Vice President of the Korea Maritime Institute; Professor Vincent Gallucci, Director of the Canadian Studies Center; Judy Howard, Divisional Dean of Social Sciences for College of Arts and Sciences; Resat Kasaba, Director of the Jackson School of International Studies; and Jeffrey Riedinger, Vice Provost for the Office of Global Affairs.
Donald Hellmann, Professor, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Kevin Cook, Political Officer, Canadian Consulate; Nadine Fabbi, Associate Director, Canadian Studies/Arctic & International Relations; Saadia Pekkanen, Associate Director, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and Job & Gertund Tamaki Professor; Jeffrey Riedinger, Vice Provost, Office of Global Affairs; Dr. Chin Soo, Lim, Vice President, The Korea Maritime Institute; Vincent Gallucci, Director/Chair, Canadian Studies/Arctic & International Relations; Yong-Chool Ha, Professor, Korean Social Science, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Anand Yang, Professor, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Jee Min Song, Korea Maritime Institute.
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