Resource Centers

East Asia Center

The East Asia Center (EAC) at the University of Washington promotes teaching and learning about China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan across disciplines, across campus, and in the community. Founded in 1964, it is funded by the U.S. Department of Education and designated a National Resource Center.

East Asia Resource Center

The East Asia Resource Center (EARC) provides a wide range of outreach programming and services to K-12 educators nationwide. The EARC helps educators expand and update their knowledge of China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan; recommends effective resources and strategies for teaching about East Asia; and develops quality curriculum materials.

The EARC, along with the World Affairs Council, has offered a workshop for K-16 educators on Taiwan Studies.

Center for Global Studies

The mission of the Center for Global Studies is to foster language excellence, international studies expertise, and global literacy among students, educators, and the public in local, national, and international contexts. We support interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate curricular programs across the University and our faculty and staff represent expertise in almost all areas of the University, including social sciences, arts, humanities, STEM, education, environment, public affairs, global health, law, and security related disciplines.