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Honolulu, Hawaii
Connecting Asia and America at Hawaii’s East-West Center
The East-West Center's NEH-funded institutes for college and university educators offer faculty the chance to build community within the Asian studies community and reinvigorate their teaching practice. Image courtesy of the East-West Center.

With a mission to promote stronger relations between the United States and Asian and Pacific nations through research and dialogue, the East-West Center has developed educational and research programming for college and university faculty and K–12 educators since 1990. NEH funding has supported a great deal of this work, including institutes for university scholars on Asian and Pacific cultures; multi-year initiatives that support community colleges across the country; and workshops on Pearl Harbor for K–12 teachers.

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