The Center for Asian Studies is the recipient of a 3-year Asia Responsive Grant from the Henry Luce Foundation for the project Chin a Made: Asian Infrastructures and the ‘China Model’ of Development . Asia Responsive Grants provide opportunities to improve understanding between the United States and the Asia-Pacific region,... Read more »
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) was developed in Japan, and has been offered since 1984 in countries all around the world as a means of evaluating the proficiency of non-native learners of Japanese. In the beginning, there were approximately 7,000 examinees worldwide. By 2011, there were more than 600,000 examinees... Read more »
The Center for Asian Studies was established in 1999 to advance knowledge of Asia through undergraduate and graduate education, faculty research, and outreach programs for the broader community. The Center is committed to managing and expanding the interdisciplinary major in Asian Studies by providing student fellowships, scholarships, and study opportunities, by investing in faculty research and professional development, by providing support for building Asia-related resources on the CU Boulder campus, by developing academic exchanges with Asian-based colleagues and students, and by engaging the local community with Asia-related programs and events. The Center also serves to promote the University’s Flagship 2030 Initiative to ‘Build a Global Crossroads’ by internationalizing education on campus and promoting Asia in the context of global studies. Finally, the Center serves as a link and community-building resource for faculty and students across the University.