The information below responds to frequently asked questions about the United Board. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The United Board is committed to education that develops the whole person – intellectually, spiritually, and ethically.
We draw strength from our Christian identity and values and our collaboration with Asian colleges and universities. Together we prepare individuals for lives of professional and personal fulfillment and meaningful service in community with others.
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The United Board was founded in 1922. For nearly a century, its work has centered on Christian values, higher education, and Asia. The United Board has long promoted whole person education in the liberal arts tradition, with a foundation of Christian values.
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The United Board endeavors to respond to the diverse challenges and opportunities facing our colleagues in higher education in Asia, especially where the needs are great. We share their interests in developing institutions that offer multidisciplinary education and that nurture a spirit of compassion, equity, reconciliation, social responsibility, and mutual respect among religious and cultural traditions.
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The United Board works with colleges and universities in 16 countries and regions of Asia.
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Each program has its own eligibility requirements. Please check the pages of the Faculty Scholarship Program, United Board Fellows Program, Institute for Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies, and other programs for specific requirements.
Grants are not awarded to individuals.
Please note: The United Board is not accepting applications for new Project Grants or Bamboo Grants for the 2020-2021 year. Please visit the Project Grants or Bamboo Grants pages for more information.
To learn more about our network, click here. This page also includes a list of our network institutions.
Read the list on Our Network page. If your institution is not on the list and is interested in joining our network, please contact the individual responsible for your region.
Vivica Xiong, email@example.com
Maher Spurgeon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope Antone, email@example.com
The United Board is a tax-exempt, charitable 501(c)(3) organization in the United States, and all contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by U.S. law. The United Board is also a registered charity in Hong Kong and gifts made to our Hong Kong Office are tax deductible in Hong Kong.
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