AT Steele Faculty Grant
The Center for Asian Research administers the A.T. Steele Faculty Travel Grant with which ASU faculty can fund their travel to Asia for research. The Center for Asian Research invites competitive proposals for faculty travel to Asia up to $4,000 each. In the past two years, the Center has awarded 11 grants, supported through the Center’s A.T. Steele Endowment.
Information regarding the 2017 awards is forthcoming.
You may read the awardees’ project abstracts by clicking on their name and title.
2016 RECIPIENTS OF THE A. T. STEELE FACULTY TRAVEL GRANT
2015 RECIPIENTS OF THE A. T. STEELE FACULTY TRAVEL GRANT
2014 Recipients of the A. T. Steele Faculty Travel Grant
- Professor James Eder “Converting to Islam in the Christian Philippines: Some Motives and Consequences”
- Professor James Rush “Faith vs. Poverty: Tony Meloto and Gawad Kalinga”
2013 RECIPIENTS OF THE A. T. STEELE FACULTY TRAVEL GRANT
- Professor Wei Li “Chinese Diaspora: Return and Onward Migrations and Their Impacts”
- Professor Aaron Moore “Technologies of Asian Development:” Japan’s Overseas Technical Assistance Projects, 1945-1975”
- Professor Megha Budruk “Understanding visitors at a World Heritage Site: The Kaas Plateau in India”
2012 Recipients of the A. T. Steele Faculty Travel Grant
- Professor Peter Suwarno “Success and Challenges of CLS Malang 2010-2012”
- Professor Huaiyu Chen “Buddhism and Christianity along the Silk Road”
2011 Recipients of the A. T. Steele Faculty Travel Grant
- Professor Christopher Duncan “Moving Beyond Missionaries”
- Professor Sookja Cho “Around the Sacred and the Secular”
- Professor Pauline Cheong “Mediating Religion and Spirituality”
- Professor Aaron S. Moore “Technologies of Asian Development”
- Professor Prasad Boradkar “The Practice of Craft and Design in Western India”
- Professor James Rush “Seeking the Common Good in Asia”