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CSEAS receives fifth Title VI funding for 2014-18

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CSEAS in NIU Today, 2013-2014

NIU professors, students pitch in for Philippines disaster relief, May 7, 2014

Celebrate Southeast Asia at culture fest planned Saturday, April 24, 2014

NIU to offer fellowships to Southeast Asia youth program alumni, April 22, 2014

Yale scholar to speak at NIU April 4, 5, April 2, 2014

Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth to help MPA program mark 50 years, April 2, 2014

University Honors and Study Abroad: A Bold Partnership, April 1, 2014

Baker, Stover to host youth exchange students, March 4, 2014

Back from Burma, January 23, 2014

NIU students give back year round, December 19, 2013

NEH awards grant to Anthropology Museum, December 19, 2013

Top 25 of 2013: Royal welcome, December 15, 2013

Top 25 of 2013: (Ful)bright futures, December 10, 2013

Campus joins to help Typhoon Haiyan survivors, November 19, 2013

Filipino native, NIU employee: Please help, November 12, 2013

International Education Week begins Nov. 11, November 7, 2013

Anthropology student to speak at Field Museum, October 18, 2013

Thai scholars to visit NIU this weekend, October 15, 2013

NIU joining elite Council for European Studies, September 30, 2013

Princess of Thailand gets royal NIU welcome, September 18, 2013

‘Tai Cultures’ exhibit welcomes, honors royalty, September 16, 2013

Roll out the red carpet: NIU prepares to award honorary doctorate to Princess of Thailand, September 11, 2013

Area Studies Open House planned Wednesday, August 27, 2013


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Amirah Ali performs with students at the School of Music, March 7, 2013

Rarely Seen Southeast Asia: Art, Artifact, Ephemera, February 20, 2013

Chinary Ung, Spiral 1, February 2, 2013

Chinary Ung, Cinnabar Heart, February 2, 2013

NIU Alumnus John Brandon, director of International Programs for the Asia Foundation, talks about the value of his NIU degree, July 25, 2012


CSEAS in NIU Today, 2012-2013

NIU to roll out red carpet for visiting royalty, August 6, 2013

NIU receives grant for Thai e-learning program, June 26, 2013

The student, the spy and the URAP project, June 19, 2013

NIU students in music, communication win prestigious Fulbright grants to Southeast Asia, May 14, 2013

McCord calls Myanmar higher education needs 'extensive, systemic' after IIE delegation visit, May 6, 2013

Celebrating Excellence: Alumni Association names 2013 award winners (Clark and Arlene Neher), April 19, 2013

Laurie Elish-Piper, Andrea Molnar earn honors as 2013-17 Presidential Engagement Professors, April 10, 2013

NIU Burma Studies directors rescue, return 1,000-year-old Buddha statue to Myanmar, April 1, 2013

Amy Levin plans April 4 talk on her Fulbright experience teaching Shakespeare in Myanmar, March 21, 2013

Ssh? Balinese gamelan drums up welcome ‘noise’ in Founders Library’s Southeast Asia collection, March 14, 2013

Malaysian musician, NIU alumna Amirah Ali performs with School of Music students, March 7, 2013

Ambassador visit, keynote lecture, gala dinner, cultural performances cap CSEAS anniversary, March 4, 2013

NIU involved in historic visit to Myanmar, February 20, 2013

NGOLD to launch research-themed brown bag series Feb. 27, Mark Schuller plans talk on Haiti, February 19, 2013

Gala weekend to celebrate golden anniversary of NIU’s Center for Southeast Asian Studies, February 7, 2013

Road to Burma: Levin’s first Fulbright to focus on teaching U.S. literature of last three decades, January 24, 2013

CSEAS collection of Southeast Asia children’s books on display at DeKalb library, December 18, 2012

NIU Southeast Asia Youth Leadership Program alumni film video with human rights messages, December 17, 2012

Jeffrey Chown named as recipient of 2012 Outstanding International Educator Award, November 13, 2012

NIU celebrates International Education Week, November 12, 2012

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington, October 23, 2012

A Curious Collection, October 11, 2012

‘Five Ponds’: Antique bronze drums of Burma find new voices thanks to NIU School of Music, October 4, 2012

International Burma Studies Conference brings dozens of scholars, music to NIU this weekend, October 4, 2012

Jack Olson Gallery hosts ‘The Arts Converge,’ explores modern art, Asian musical traditions, September 19, 2012

Scholarship, artistry to come together this week during NIU’s ‘Imagining Cambodia’ conference, September 10, 2012

Discover Southeast Asia at NIU, August 29, 2012

Southeast Asian, Burma, Latino/Latin American centers come together for Aug. 30 open house, August 23, 2012

‘Music for the Divine’ spotlights traditions, musical instruments of Burma, Buddhists, August 15, 2012

Art Museum to showcase contemporary works from young Cambodian artists in ‘Phnom Penh’, August 15, 2012

NIU education provided ‘grounding’ for success, July 26, 2012

Dean McCord announces new leadership roles in four College of Liberal Arts and Sciences jobs, July 18, 2012

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences announces winners of annual alumni, faculty, staff awards, June 1, 2012