Bringing Fiction Writer Rattawut Lapcharoensap to My English Class through the Community College Internationalization Fellowship Program
by Stephen Pierson, Professor of English, Onondaga Community College
As Featured in the Fall 2021 SEAP Bulletin, with support from the Community College Internationalization Fellowship Program, a joint post-secondary...
Apply by February 4!
GETSEA is offering two free and virtual mini-courses this spring on topics in Southeast Asian studies, open to graduate students from a wide range of...
Helping refugees from Myanmar and beyond
Recently, Ithaca has become one of the major hubs in New York for refugee resettlement - including refugees from Southeast Asia.
Apply by February 28!
Undergrads: Meet mentors working in the international arena, use your real-world skills and languages, and advance your career goals this summer.
by Alexandra Dalferro, PhD candidate in anthropology
As featured in the Fall 2021 SEAP Bulletin, Alexandra takes us on a visual tour of art in the Kahin Center with fun historical facts and gorgeous...
Nisa Burns '21 received a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship to learn Burmese.
by Claire Cororaton, Ph.D. candidate in history
As featured in the Fall 2021 SEAP Bulletin, Claire Cororaton's article on the "History of Philippine Studies at Cornell" covers a wide array of...
by REN Chao, Elisebeth Doty, and Ava White
As featured in the Fall 2021 SEAP Bulletin, this article highlights an exciting new partnership between two consortia on Southeast Asian studies that...
Tom Pepinsky, SEAP
Tom Pepinsky of the Southeast Asia Program is featured on a recent episode of the Language Resource's Center Podcast.
Tamara Loos, SEAP
Professor Tamara Loos, SEAP Core Faculty, is quoted here in a Bloomberg article.