CAS events this week!

Jan. 18, 2022

The Center for Asian Studies is sponsoring several events this Friday. The Cement-Steel-Infrastructure Interface: China’s Export and Investment Boom in the Philippines Alvin Camba, Korbel School of International Studies Denver University In Person: GUGG 205 Jan 21, 2022, 3:30 PM Or Join Zoom Meeting: cuboulder.zoom.us/j/96904127211 In the Global South, the...

Welcome to Spring 2022 semester

Jan. 10, 2022

While we are aware that the semester is beginning remotely, CAS wants to wish students, faculty and staff a productive and healthy beginning to the Spring 2022 semester. Our offices will be operating on a mostly virtual basis until the remote status is lifted. As always, the best way to...

Spring 2022 Asia-Related classes still open!

Jan. 4, 2022

Introduction to Nepali Spring 2022 - Directed Independent Language Study non-credit class (virtual) Are you interested in studying the language and culture of Nepal? Start learning the basics of the Nepali language this spring with instructor Tashi Choezom. This class will be offered twice a week online - Thursdays at...

Jessica Yan Wins Schwarzmann Scholarship

Jan. 3, 2022

Jessica Yan, a graduate of CU Boulder and a Tang Fund scholar, was recently awarded a coveted Schwartzman scholarship to study in a one-year Master’s program in global affairs at Tsinghua University, Beijing. In 2018, Jessica went to China as one of the twelve students selected for a Tang Fund...

Happy Holidays from the Center for Asian Studies

Dec. 20, 2021

CAS wants to wish you the happiest of holiday seasons. Thank you to everyone who attended a CAS event or participated in other CAS initiatives over the past year. The global pandemic has made international engagement more difficult, but we at CAS believe that our work has never been more...

CAS Holds Event on US - China Relations

Dec. 16, 2021

On November 8, the Center for Asian Studies hosted former diplomat Dave Rank at our first in-person public lecture since March 2020. We have missed the opportunity to gather and share ideas and information about Asia, so having over 70 CU students, staff, faculty members, and members of the broader...

Scholar Rescue for Afghanistan and Beyond

Dec. 13, 2021

You can make an impact and help academic scholars at risk throughout the world! The crisis in Afghanistan highlights an immediate need to support threatened and displaced international scholars. In the wake of the US departure, scholars in Afghanistan are facing severe repression and economic catastrophe, while thousands of recent...

Undergraduate Virtual Internship - as Reported by Emma Leek

Dec. 6, 2021

Emma Leek, a Journalism major and Japanese minor, undertook a virtual internship in the Summer of 2021 with one of our intership partners, as part of our Asia Internship Program. She has written about her experience below: Over the summer I undertook a virtual internship with an international exchange company...

CAS Holds Virtual Fundraiser for Events

Nov. 29, 2021

The Center for Asian Studies strives to facilitate engagement with and within Asia, and to make Asia as accessible as possible to the CU Boulder community. During the academic year, we offer a dynamic schedule of speakers while also overseeing the interdisciplinary Asian studies major and providing internship and exchange...

Events About the Asian Studies Major, Tibet and Myanmar Among this Week's Offerings

Nov. 15, 2021

CAS has multiple events this week. Among them are: Asian Studies at CU Tuesday, November 16 at 9:30am The Center for Asian Studies will be hosting an "Asian Studies at CU" information session for undergraduates interested in study abroad and work opportunities in Asia, scholarships and fellowships available for study...

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