Dylan Plung

Publications and Research Programs Intern
The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)

nbr@nbr.org
+1.206.632.7370

Dylan Plung is a Publications and Research Programs Intern at NBR.

As an intern, Mr. Plung provides editorial support for Asia Policy, Strategic Asia, and other publications, as well as research assistance for various projects and research and fellowship programs.

Mr. Plung is currently enrolled in the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, where he is pursuing an MAIS in Japan Studies, with an emphasis on Japan-U.S. relations, society in World War II Japan, and the international policy shifts that intersect with those concerns. He speaks intermediate to advanced Japanese.

Prior to his role at NBR, Mr. Plung worked in the Communications Department at the University of Washington’s Japan Studies Program, in various education and journalism-related roles throughout the state, and as a reader/grader for several Japanese history–related courses at the University of Washington. He holds a BA in Asian Studies from Whitman College.

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