3 edition of University outreach programs on East Asia found in the catalog.
University outreach programs on East Asia
Robert B. Oxnam
|Statement||prepared by Robert B. Oxnam ; co-chairmen, Douglas P. Murray, Robert B. Oxnam.|
|Contributions||Asia Society. China Council.|
|LC Classifications||DS510.7 .O96|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||81484277|
Harvard University's Asia-Related Resources Harvard University enjoys a wealth of resources across regions and disciplines supporting the study of Asia, including the centers & institutes, departments & degree programs, and libraries & collections listed below. Lighthouse Service Trips Serving a World in Need. Lighthouse trips go far beyond the academics of regular study abroad experiences. The J-term Lighthouse program enables students to gain unforgettable, life-changing experiences while learning and serving abroad.
Outreach. The African Studies Center’s Outreach program serves K teachers and students, post-secondary institutions, businesses, media outlets, community, non-profit, and religious groups and organizations, government and military institutions and the general public regionally and nationally. Our K teacher training activities are routinely organized in collaboration with other organizations within University of Pennsylvania, such as the Middle East Center. Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore The Association for Asian Studies Center for Strategic & International Studies Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies, Graduate School, Gadjah Mada University Indonesia Center for Southeast Asian Studies Kyoto University Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia.
East Asia Area Studies Major Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Area Studies Center for East Asian Studies This interdisciplinary degree is intended to offer undergraduates a course of study that focuses on East Asia as a region of the world and human experience, and provides an integrated curriculum drawing on the approaches of the social sciences. Books in the life sciences, environmental studies, and natural history are published under our Comstock Publishing Associates imprint. Under our Southeast Asia Program (SEAP) Publications imprint, we publish books on Southeast Asian history, culture, and society, as well as the journal Indonesia.
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The Wingspread conference was convened by the National Committee on United States-China Relations, Inc. and the Asia Society to consider how universities and centers for East Asian studies might make knowledge of Asian affairs more available.
The intended audiences were secondary schools, the business community, persons interested in world affairs as part of their continuing education as Author: Robert B. Oxnam. Publications Program. The Asia Center Publications Program is one of the world’s most widely respected publishers of scholarly books in East Asian Studies, publishing about 15 new titles per year.
The program has published nearly titles since its founding in the s; it became part of the Asia. K Outreach. The Institute of East Asia Studies has been designated an East Asia National Resource Center by the U.S.
Department of Education since under the Title VI of the Higher Education Act of Under these auspices, the institute sponsors several activities that are beneficial to K educators. Outreach Programs.
CEAS supports the study of East Asia in the K classrooms, and provides teacher training programs to those interested in incorporating East Asia content into their curriculum.
Recent programs include: National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) mini course on Contemporary Japan, Spring To that end, the University has several established programs for K and community colleges.
These initiatives include World View, which specializes in professional development for educators; the Ackland Art Museum, which holds the largest Asian art collection in the Southeast U.S.
and hosts Asia-related workshops and events; Carolina Performing Arts, UNC’s official performing arts center bringing the. Below you can find a list of website resources for K educational outreach. Expedition to Asia: Religions Across the Continent. Expedition to Asia - Religions Across the Continent is an interactive website through which students can explore religions in Asia and their impact on.
New Books in East Asian Studies New Books in History New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Southeast Asian Studies New Books Network Patrick Jory One can’t understand modern Thailand without understanding the role of the ethnic Chinese.
This site provides information and resources on university outreach programs, including US Department of Education Title VI National Resource Centers which provide K teaching resources to internationalize your curriculum!. Each center provides engaging resources and programs for K teachers across the country.
The Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison fosters a wide variety of research, teaching and outreach activities about Southeast Asia. Sincethe Center has been recognized as a National Resource Center by the U.S. Department of Education, and has received Title VI funding for program development and Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships.
East Asia Now Series; UW-Madison East Asian Language Pedagogy Workshop (CANCELLED) Details. Wisconsin Team Wins big at the Midwest University Chinese Speech Contest. Read More. OUTREACH. Learn more about CEAS’s Mission of Discovering Asia in Wisconsin. ADVISING. Learn more about the East Asian Studies certificate and PhD minor.
The primary mission of the Center is to promote research related to East Asian cultures and societies, to enrich the learning experiences of undergraduate and graduate students interested in the region, and to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration on East Asia throughout the University of Texas at Austin campus.
Teaching Materials for Educators SEAP Outreach offers downloadable and web-based teaching materials of Southeast Asian studies for educators of all levels-from elementary to post-secondary. The materials cover history, geography, culture and other background information of Southeast Asian countries, including Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos.
Columbia University began its commitment to educate Americans about East Asia more than years ago. Inthe East Asian National Resource Center was established with a mission to advance the quality and dissemination of knowledge about East Asia, to train experts on East Asia with the highest levels of language proficiency, to promote interdisciplinary collaborations on and with the.
The Center builds networks of knowledge, practice, resources, and discovery that enhance understanding of East Asia locally, regionally, and nationally by supporting interdisciplinary research & teaching; linking academic resources with K, business, & professional communities; coordinating conferences & workshops; educating K teachers; & fostering dialogue among scholars, students.
East Asia Center - University of Virginia. The East Asia Center was founded in to provide a forum for faculty and student interest in East and Southeast Asia and to encourage extra-curricular lectures and activities. It is essentially an interdisciplinary organization of faculty associates, each of whom is a full member of a department.
College of East Asian Studies. The College of East Asian Studies (CEAS) has two, mutually-reinforcing core missions: to cultivate an outstanding group of students with strong language abilities, wide-ranging knowledge about East Asia, and an area of particular expertise; and to promote knowledge of and engagement with the histories, cultures, and contemporary significances of East Asia across.
The Southeast Asia Collection at Ohio University Libraries, established inis among the oldest and largest collections of research materials on Southeast Asia in North America. Ohio University Libraries acquires materials on all of the countries of Southeast Asia.
However, library holdings on Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei are especially strong. SinceOhio University has. East-West Center Arts Program Presents: Asia Pacific Arts & Cultural Activities Open to O‘ahu School Groups Academic Year.
The East-West Center is an education and research organization established by the U.S. Congress in to strengthen relations and understanding among the peoples and nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States.
SinceTEA has offered an elementary outreach program to Boulder Valley first- and second-grade classrooms. For the school year, this program is on hiatus. Teaching East Asia: China. Founded in by faculty, CEAS is a flagship project of the East Asia Program at Cornell, publishing outstanding and award-winning scholarly titles in the humanities and social sciences.
Known for its extensive listings in Japanese philosophy, Korean literature, Japanese theater studies, Chinese philology, and works in translation, CEAS has close to titles available.
TEA staff members have extensive background in Asian studies and K is housed at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for Asian Studies. Program for Teaching East Asia projects are currently supported by generous grants from the Freeman Foundation, STARTALK, and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.For details of Cornell's academic programs in Asian Studies at the undergraduate and graduate levels, a directory of current faculty and staff, and a list of currently offered and upcoming courses.
East Asian Program Discover the events, community outreach activities and services for faculty and students provided by Cornell's East Asia Program.Published and developed with the Southeast Asia Outreach Program at Cornell University This unit covers the rich history of the Islamic peoples who have inhabited Thailand for ages.
The unit also offers a close look at the politics of these peoples, offering comparisons and contrasts of .