The Graduate Education and Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) consortium was formed with the mission of enhancing graduate education in Southeast Asian studies across North America through innovation and collaboration.
The Southeast Asian Language Council (SEALC) is a national organization that promotes and coordinates activities in the field of SE Asian language teaching by working with national organizations such as the National Resource Centers for Southeast Asian Studies, the Council of Teachers of Southeast Asian Languages (COTSEAL), the Southeast Asian Summer Studies Institute (SEASSI), and Southeast Asian language-specific organizations.
The objective of the Hmong Studies Consortium is to promote critical Hmong scholarship in a range of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, and to build professional connections between researchers of the Hmong.
The SEACoast Center works to build a “slow science” in which scholars and students across disciplinary divides will have the opportunity to bring area studies insights to urgent ecological dilemmas. Our activities include monthly seminars to build a basis for transdisciplinary intellectual development through common readings and field exercises through which empirical curiosity might be built across disciplinary divides. Collaborative research clusters, as well as individual research, inform our emerging research program.