|►||India Distinguished Visitor Program|
|►||Title VI Programs|
PhD Washington (1989); Associate Professor, Evans School of Public Affairs; Trade and environmental policy, development, regulatory policy, Pakistan.
PhD Cornell (1996); Associate Professor, Political Science, International Studies; Comparative politics, modern Southeast Asian politics, politics and military rule in Burma, Indonesia, Pakistan.
PhD North Carolina (2007); Assistant Professor, Evans School of Public Affairs; Environmental Economics, Health Economics, Water and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries, Benefit-Cost Analysis.
PhD Seattle University (1996); Senior Lecturer, Global Health, Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Health Services, Executive Director, International Training and Education Center for Health; HIV/AIDS/STD, education, training, health communication.
PhD Seattle Pacific (1998); Senior Lecturer , Department of Education, UW-Bothell; Teaching curriculum design, child development, schooling in South India.
PhD Yale (2011); Assistant Professor, Economics; Development and labor economics, Bangladesh.
JD University of Texas – Austin (1978); Professor, Law; Property, water law, and public land and natural resources law, India.
PhD Virginia Tech (1991); Professor, Economics, Corkery Distinguished Scholar; Theory of contracts, industrial organization, game theory.
PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1988); Douglas E. Olesen/Battelle Excellence Chair in Entrepreneurship, Professor of Management and Organization, Foster School of Business; Corporate entrepreneurship, ecommerce strategy, global ebusiness.
PhD Arizona (1996); Associate Professor, Business UW-Bothell; Marketing and E-commerce, India.
PhD UC Berkeley (1984); Professor of Materials Science and Physics, Adjunct Professor, Physics.
PhD Indiana (1998); Professor, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW-Tacoma; Global media studies, postcolonial theory, Asian cinema, Indian television.
PhD Cornell University (1969); Affiliate Professor, Jackson School of International Studies; Social structure; social history of individuality in South India.
PhD Washington (1999); Director, Office of International Programs and Exchanges.
PhD Illinois Institute of Technology (2004), MA University of Chicago (1996), BA University of Chicago (1995), Chronic Disease (Incl Cardiovascular, Diabetes), HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Social Justice and Human Rights.
PhD Rochester (1998); Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering; Computational neuroscience, humanoid robots.
M.S. Arizona (1985), M.B.A. SIU (1983); Director, Windows and Emerging Markets Marketing, OEM Division, Microsoft Corporation, Lecturer, Business.
PhD Columbia (2001); Assistant Professor, English; Multi-ethnic literature, 20th-century American literature, American studies, cross-cultural queer studies, critical race theory, globalization, queer theory, feminism, transnational cultural studies, India.
PhD Pennsylvania (1993); Associate Professor, Economics; Development, labor, women, applied micro-economics, India.
PhD UC Santa Barbara (1988); Professor, Communications and Networking; Theory, analysis and evaluation of next generation wireless and mobile communication systems/networks.
PhD, Wisconsin, Madison (1986); Professor, History; Indonesia, Southeast Asia, comparative colonialisms, psychoanalysis and colonialism, historiography.
MA Washington (1993); Associate Director and Outreach Coordinator, South Asia Center; K-12 curriculum development for international and South Asian studies, modern South Asian history and politics, Pakistan.
PhD UC San Diego (2000); Lecturer, English; Colonial and postcolonial literatures and theory, contemporary world and multi-ethnic literatures, transnational feminist and cultural studies, India.
PhD UC Berkeley (1994); Senior Lecturer, East Asian Religions, Jackson School of International Studies; Buddhism, religion in Asia.
PhD U Penn (2000); Assistant Professor, Language, Literacy and Culture; Social justice, immigrant children transition to college, ELL teachers.
|South Asia Center|
|University of Washington|
|303 Thomson Hall|
|Seattle, WA 98195|
|(206) 543-4800 phone|
|(206) 685-0668 fax|
|Anand Yang, Director|
|Keith Snodgrass, Associate Director|
|Molly Wilskie-Kala, Program Coordinator|
|Nick Gottschall, Graduate Student Assistant|
|Robyn Davis, FLAS Coordinator|
|Sunila Kale, Graduate Program Coordinator|