Institutions

Learn more about the ways that colleges and universities in our network support whole person education.

A New Look at Our History

Yale Divinity School Library Houses United Board Archives
The United Board’s archives have been part of the Special Collections at the Yale Divinity School (YDS) Library since 1982, and now a substantial portion of the collection has been digitized, putting it within easy reach of researchers and others interested in the history of Christian higher education in Asia.

Silliman University

An interview with Dr. Ben S. Malayang III, President, Silliman University
Under Dr. Malayang’s leadership, Silliman has constructed an approach to higher education that is based on interaction in five venues: the classroom, the Church, the cultural center, the (athletic) court, and the community. In this interview, he shares some of his ideas on whole person education.

Madras Christian College

Connecting Goals to Resources
President Alexander Jesudasan and his colleagues are embracing a big challenge: implementing the strategic plan that will guide MCC to its 200th anniversary in 2037.

Christ University

Building a Charismatic Institution
College and university leaders typically focus on objectives, talent and skills, and financial resources when they develop strategic plans. Father Thomas C. Mathew, vice chancellor of Christ University in India, encourages these leaders to add another element to the list: charisma.

Seoul Women’s University

Holding Out Helping Hands
When Soonhae Hong and Misoon Won, professors at Seoul Women’s University, participated in the 2012 Asian University Leaders Program, they were able to “feel the fellowship” that came from discussing shared responsibilities and educational philosophies with other Asian faculty and administrators.

Miriam College

Instilling Pride in Indigenous Culture
“The Philippines is a veritable hotspot for festivals,” according to Christine de Vera, a faculty member at Miriam College’s Center for Applied Music. “They range from religious to cultural festivals, from the significant to the absurd, from small town to big regional celebrations, and from local to international patronage. “ These festivals can be important income-generating activities, but Ms. de Vera believes this economic imperative must be balanced against cultural sensitivity.

Dagon University

Service-Learning in Myanmar
Service-learning is a new and untested concept in Myanmar universities, but it could help undergraduate students analyze problems critically, appraise arguments and beliefs, and, most importantly, weigh alternatives, according to Dr. Aye Aye Tun, pro-rector at Dagon University (DU).