Faculty News for Professor Morse Tan
Associate Professor of Law
B.A., Wheaton College
M.A., Wheaton Graduate School
J.D., Northwestern University
Phone: (815) 753-1095
Professor Tan Presents at Faculty Workshop
Professor Morse Tan spoke regarding the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) at Valparaiso University Law School along with several other presenters from various law schools as part of a faculty workshop.
Professor Tan Recognized Among Outstanding New NIU Faculty
During his State of the University Address on October 11, 2012, NIU President John Peters presented a video highlighting a group of outstanding new faculty at the University. Professor Morse Tan was one of those featured in the video, detailing his choice to come to the College of Law and the benefits of working at NIU. President Peters' full address is available online, with the portion featuring Professor Tan beginning at the 40:04 mark, and the faculty video can also be found on the NIU YouTube channel.
Professor Tan Garners Book Contract with Routledge Press
Professor Morse Tan signed a book contract with this well-respected academic press in Great Britain on the national security and human rights crises relating to North Korea.
Professor Tan Meets With South Korean Ambassador
Professor Morse Tan recently had a meeting with Ambassador Y.J. Choi, the South Korean Ambassador to the United States, during which the Ambassador received copies of Professor Tan's scholarship, primarily regarding North Korea.
Professor Morse Tan's Article Featured in SMU Law Review
Professor Tan accepted an offer from SMU Law Review for his article, "Finding a Forum for North Korea", which he presented earlier at the Central States Law Schools' Association annual conference.
Professor Morse Tan Receives Grant
Northern Illinois University has granted Professor Tan a Research and Artistry Grant to support his book project regarding the human rights and nuclear crises in North Korea.
Tan Quoted in Web Article on South Korea
Professor Tan was interviewed and quoted as a source in the following article for Law360.com in regards to the United States' Free Trade Agreement with South Korea.*
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