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SEAP receives NRC-FLAS funding!

The Cornell University Southeast Asia Program recently receives funding from the U.S. Department of Education. Check out an excerpt from the Cornell Chronicle article below:


SEAP has just launched a new section, the PressHub, on its official website on Oct. 1st! This Online PressHub is a platform dedicated to facilitating SEAP interaction with journalists searching for SEA experts and think tanks with similar interests within the region. We work to provide you with the most up to date information available about our core faculty, their expertise, current research, and contact information.

SEAP weekly lectures named "Ronald and Janette Gatty Lecture Series"

In honor of SEAP alumni Ronald and Janette Gatty, and their substantial contribution to SEAP programming, especially the activities led by the graduate students, SEAP is delighted to announce a new name for the weekly Thursday lectures. It has been almost a decade since sandwiches and pizza replaced actual brown bag lunches, and longer since the weekly Thursday lectures weathered the transition from 102 West Avenue to the Kahin Center.  Now, the SEAP lecture series is thriving, with higher turnout than ever. We look forward to a fantastic fall line up.

New Course Winter 2015 - Cornell in Cambodia!!!

A new Course - GOVT 3434 (3 credits) - Chinese Empire and the Cambodian Experience with Professor Andrew Mertha will be offered in Winter 2015. Information Session: Tuesday September 16, 2014 4:00-5:00 pm G08 Uris Hall   Visit this website for more information, and e-mail if you have questions or would like to receive e-mail updates about application and registration details.