Our Network

Since its founding, the United Board has promoted sharing of resources across borders and among institutions. That practice began in Asia more than 90 years ago, when the governing boards of Christian colleges in China realized they would gain strength by sharing responsibility for recruiting faculty, procuring supplies, and raising funds. In those days, the college administrators looked to North America for intellectual resources. Today, we recognize that Asia has grown to be a rich repository of expertise, and the educators in our network of Asian colleges and universities are eager to share their ideas and experiences with each other.

Our network of institutions is essential to the successful development and implementation of our programs. Through this network, the United Board is able to support leadership and faculty development and address pressing issues in higher education.

Read more about the work of institutions in our network.

Over the past five years, the United Board has worked with more than 80 institutions in support of whole person education.
Royal University of Phnom Penh
University of Macau

If your college or university is not included on the list above, please contact the program officer for your region to introduce your institution.

  • staff.Cynthia 2Northeast Asia
    Cynthia Yuen, PhD
    cyuen@unitedboard.org

  • staff.Spurgeon photoSouth Asia
    Maher Spurgeon, PhD
    mspurgeon@unitedboard.org

  • Staff.Hope SEASoutheast Asia
    Hope Antone, PhD
    hantone@unitedboard.org