UH CSEAS Awarded Federal Title VI Grant 2022-2026
The UH Center for Southeast Asian Studies has been awarded $2,293,512 from Federal Title VI National Resource Center-Southeast Asia (NRCSEA) grant and Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) over the next four years.
In total, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa has been awarded seven Title VI International Education grants totaling $7 million over a four-year grant cycle from the U.S. Department of Education, keeping the campus among an elite group of U.S. universities with a dominant presence in international studies, especially in the Asia and Pacific regions.
The NRC grants will support modern language instruction, teacher training, curriculum development, outreach and library collections. FLAS programs fund fellowships for UH Mānoa undergraduate and graduate students who are studying modern foreign languages and area studies.
For more information about this award, visit University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa webpage [new window]