The Asian Studies Center is Western Pennsylvania’s regional resource for research, teaching, learning and building connections about Asia.  Through 106 affiliated faculty with expertise spanning the academic disciplines, we foster multidisciplinary academic programming and community engagement.  Founded in 1969, the Center is widely recognized as one of the best and most comprehensive in the country for programs in Chinese and Japanese language and culture studies, with growing strengths in Indian and Korean studies.

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Friday, December 4

International Career Toolkit Series: Teaching English Abroad
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
4217 Posvar Hall

Wednesday, December 9

Talking About Asia Book Series: Evelyn Rawski
12:00 pm
Evelyn Rawski, Professor Emerita of History
4130 Posvar Hall

Saturday, February 6

Engaging Students in International Issues: The Choices Approach
8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Mimi Stephens, Director of Professional Development, The Choices Program

For one week - November 14 to 21 - Pitt campus will be alive with international activities,...

Graduating History honors major and Asian Studies Certificate student Mr. Zhibin Yao has been...

Professor emeritus of linguistics Edward Anthony was an extraordinary individual. According to...

On Tuesday, June 16, Linda Gallery in the 798 arts district of Beijing held the opening for the...

Dr. Patricia E. Beeson, the Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor (right), and Dr. Nicole...