GIVE TO THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN TODAY!UCLA CSEAS 20th Anniversary Newsletter
UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies launches its 20th anniversary celebration campaign with the inaugural issue of an annual newsletter, highlighting academic programs, faculty research, student opportunities, and K-12 outreach initiatives.

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We encourage you to participate in our events and support our efforts to educate UCLA students and the public about Southeast Asia, and to train the next generation of Southeast Asia scholars.

Private philanthropy is critical to the health and vitality of our program. There are many ways to give, including outright gifts, pledges payable over time, and permanent endowments. All gifts are tax-deductible and may be directed to the area of greatest interest to you.

We look forward to discussing how your gift can make a significant impact!


To learn more about how you can help support us, please contact:

Nguyet Tong
Assistant Director,
UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies
11288 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487
Tel: 310-206-9163
ntong@international.ucla.edu

 

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Robert Lemelson Foundation makes another generous contribution to Indonesian Studies at UCLA

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