Exchanging ideas on creating and sustaining nurturing campus environments.
A Deeper Understanding of Peace
At International Christian University, Pham Quang Huy gained a more comprehensive understanding of peace and experienced new approaches to teaching and learning.
Making the Case for the Humanities
Four years at International Christian University in Japan took Dorothy Wong outside her comfort zone, but she continues to experience the benefits of the liberal arts education she received there.
ICU alumni from Hong Kong describe how a United Board scholarship changed their lives.
Like most students about to finish high school, Albert Chan was intensively preparing for Hong Kong’s college entrance examination in 1971. Yet the posted notice for a United Board scholarship to International Christian University caught his eye, and his successful application changed the course of his university and professional career. Professor Chan served as president of Hong Kong Baptist University …
A Continuing Gift
Howell and Jean Lowe spent their 54 years of married life in the United States but their continuous support of the United Board shows that higher education in China was always close to their hearts.
Inspired to Dream Bigger Dreams
Allan Lee was attending a teacher training school in 1952 when he learned the United Board was offering full scholarships for Hong Kong students to attend Japan’s International Christian University (ICU). The deadline for applications was the next day, so during his lunch break he rushed to nearby Chung Chi College to pick up an application. The trip was only a short distance, but that lunchtime errand and his enrollment in ICU’s Class of 1957 marked a turning point in his life.