UHCSEAS awarded NRC grant
The University of Hawai’i Center for Southeast Asian Studies was recently named a National Resource Center (NRC) for Southeast Asia by the US Department of Education. The grant totals more than $530,000 over the next two years (2020–2022).
“The National Resource Center (NRC) for Southeast Asia grant combined with the NRC for East Asia grant totals $965,764 for the next two years (2020–2022).
The NRC grants will support modern language instruction, teacher training, curriculum development, outreach and library collections. The NRC grants are housed in the School of Pacific and Asian Studies (SPAS), under the new College of Arts, Languages, and Letters (CALL). SPAS is considered a leader in Pacific and Asian Studies nationally and internationally.” – UH News