Friends of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Fundshow description Add to my gifts
Unrestricted support for the Near Eastern Languages and Civilization program in the College of Arts and Sciences. Gifts to this fund are used at the discretion of the Chair and are directed to where the need is greatest.
Houshang Afrasiabi Endowed Fundshow description Add to my gifts
Endowed support for the Near East Language and Literature program in the College of Arts and Sciences. Funds promote the study of Persian culture and benefit faculty, students and the community at the discretion of the chair.
Farhat J. Ziadeh Endowed Fundshow description Add to my gifts
Supports Arab and Islamic studies in the Near East Languages and Literature program in the College of Arts and Sciences. Also supports research and the publication of books on Arab and Islamic subjects.
Friends of Persian Studies Fundshow description Add to my gifts
To support excellence in Persian Language and Literature and Iranian Culture and Civilization.
Near Eastern Fellowship Fundshow description Add to my gifts
Annual Fellowship to assist deserving graduate student in Near Eastern Studies.
Hebrew Bible and Near East Studiesshow description Add to my gifts
A discretionary budget to be used in conjunction with events, speakers, students and other uses deemed appropriate by the Deaprtment of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization for the furthering of knowledge in the fields of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Studies.
Michael A. Williams Endowment for Excellenceshow description Add to my gifts
To provide tuition support for graduate and undergraduate students in the department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization.
Turkish Studies Endowed Fundshow description Add to my gifts
To support students, teaching, research and community activity related to Turkish culture, language, and area studies, broadly defined. Administered in NELC, it is the donors' intent that this fund support a variety of studies related to Turkey throughout the University and therefore the "area studies" component may be defined to include any university unit or area study deemed appropriate by those faculty with a specialization in Turkey.