The Dorothy Borg Research Program prepares scholars for the challenge of studying transnational issues involving the United States and East Asia and to explore new conceptual strategies and themes for understanding the study of U.S. – East Asia.
Sponsoring public lectures, conferences, workshops, and cultural events on Korea-related topics, the Center of Korean Research works to advance academic knowledge and a greater public awareness of Korea in the New York City area and, more broadly, North America.
The Columbia University Global Scholars Program allows Columbia students and faculty to conduct comparative research by applying theoretical approaches and differing methodologies in real-world settings.
INTERACT (International Network to Expand Regional and Collaborative Teaching) is a pioneering program at Columbia University that focuses on developing global studies in the undergraduate curriculum through a network of postdoctoral scholars focused on cross-regional, trans-regional and interdisciplinary study.
Columbia’s Modern Tibetan Studies Program is the first program in the West dedicated to teaching about the society, history, culture and economics of modern Tibet.
Ongoing seminars in which groups of Columbia professors and experts explore matters no single department has the breadth or the agility to study.
The Robert M. Immerman Professional Fellows Program of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute provides East Asia-focused mid-career professionals with a one-of-a-kind research and learning community at one of the world’s most prestigious universities and within a dynamic city.
The Visiting Scholars Program of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute is designed to enable faculty and scholars from or with ties to East Asia to enrich their academic careers by engaging in research and scholarship related to East Asia at Columbia University.
INTERACT is a pioneering program at Columbia University that focuses on developing global studies in the undergraduate curriculum through a network of postdoctoral scholars focused on cross-regional, trans-regional and interdisciplinary study.