• Jenny Nguyen Selected as 2024 Asian Studies Outstanding Senior
    The University at Buffalo Asian Studies faculty has selected Jenny Nguyen as the Outstanding Senior for 2024. Jenny was selected from a highly competitive pool of nominees in the 2024 class. We are all very proud of everyone's accomplishments and dedication to their studies. 
  • Asia Research Institute Hiring Program Coordinator
    The Asia Research Institute at the University at Buffalo invites applications for the part-time position of Program Coordinator. The primary role of the Program Coordinator will be to conduct short- and long-term planning for events, including academic conferences and lectures, student academic and cultural events, and community-facing cultural programs.
  • Prof. Okabe to Present at The Bootmakers of Toronto: The Sherlock Holmes Society of Canada
    Please mark your calendar for Saturday, September 9, at  1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
  • Postdoctoral Associate Choi Quoted in ESPN
    ESPN quoted Stephanie Choi, postdoctoral associate, Asia Research Institute, in a story about Sunny Choi, who has emerged as a prominent figure in the world of breaking, a dance form that will debut as an Olympic sport next summer in Paris. 
  • Prof. Okabe Publishes Book
    Assistant Clinical Professor Mimi Okabe published a new book with Bloomsbury Academic, Manga, Murder and Mystery: The Boy Detectives of Japan’s Lost Generation!
  • Department of History Hiring: Faculty (open-rank), History of Science, Health, or Disability, with focus on South/Southeast Asia or Latin America
    The Department of History at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, invites applications for an open rank, tenure-line faculty position in the History of Science, Health, or Disability, broadly conceived, in South/Southeast Asia or Latin America. Specialty may be in any time period. Interdisciplinary scholars are welcome to apply. 
  • Choi Discusses K-pop with UBNow
    Asian Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellow, Stephanie Choi, was interview by UBNow's Mary Durlak for UBNow's Research News. Choi discusses her personal and schoalrly interest in K-pop as well as the relationship between the groups and their fans. Read the whole article on UBNow.