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The Center for Southeast Asian Studies engages with faculty from schools and colleges across the University of Michigan campus. CSEAS offers fellowships and grants to U-M faculty affiliated with Southeast Asian educational institutions, to support workshops, seminars, research abroad, and the study of less commonly taught languages.

First-Time Faculty Travel to Southeast Asia Grant

Offered to all U-M faculty interested in starting a new project or research that focuses on Southeast Asian Studies and/or collaborating with a peer in Southeast Asia. To apply»

CSEAS Research Award

Research grants on Southeast Asia and Southeast Asian related issues offered to full-time University of Michigan faculty, librarians, and curators who will be teaching courses are eligible. To apply»

Integrating SEA into the Curriculum Grant

U-M faculty and teaching staff are invited to submit a proposal for Southeast Asia curriculum development. To apply»

Thai Studies Faculty Research Grants

U-M faculty who work on Thailand are invited to submit proposals concerning: research; conference travel; and internship support. Preference will be given to those who have not received funding in the past. To apply»