The University of Michigan is proud of a long history of involvement in Asian studies. Since the 1870s, scholars from the University have been engaged in research, education, service, and politics relating to South Asia.
Traditionally, our faculty associates have been engaged in a wide range of service activities, including consulting for the U.S. government, foundations, and international agencies; assisting economic development, public health, population planning, and refugee relief programs; collaborating on faculty exchanges with South Asian academic institutions; conducting workshops and institutes for educators in primary and secondary schools; and advising various business communities.
For a listing of events, brown bag lectures, and workshops, please visit our website listed below.
Center for South Asian Studies
University of Michigan
1080 South University Ave., Suite 3603
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
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