Ask Me Anything about Linguistics, Korean, and National Security
WHEN Friday | 12 Mar, 2:30 PM
WHERE Zoom online
Clay Parker is an adjunct professor of Korean at BYU. Clay worked for the National Security Agency (NSA) for thirty-two years (1980 to 2012) as a certified Korean language research analyst, as a certified National Cryptologic School education and training officer, and as chief of the Language Training Division for NSA Hawaii. He has also served on several national professional boards and organizations for Korean language teaching. Clay has been studying Korean since his mission to South Korea in 1973. He has a BA in Humanities from Brigham Young University and an MA in North Korean Studies from Sogang University in Seoul, Korea; he also did additional graduate studies in Korean linguistics at the University of Hawaii.