The Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies promotes the awareness, understanding, and knowledge of Asia both within and beyond the University community and provides a forum for integrated and interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia. The Liu Institute's primary regions of focus are East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.
The Liu Institute offers separate majors and courses from the EALC Department.
The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures (CSLC) is an interdisciplinary initiative dedicated to the advancement of language learning and cultural understanding at the University of Notre Dame. The CSLC offers a broad array of programs, technologies and assessment systems to advance language acquisition and cultural learning on campus.
The CSLC offers a TESOL minor, a Linguistics minor, and coordinates language tutoring. They also conduct language proficiency testing and administer the Summer Language Abroad grant program.
Notre Dame International has five Global Gateways and six Global Centers as well as study abroad opportunities in 26 countries. NDI also has countless partnerships with international universities, libraries, and organizations. NDI offers students opportunities for research, collaboration, and education.
The Kellogg Institute aims to promote international research in comparative international studies by attracting top-level faculty and visitors to Notre Dame by providing them with a supportive community of scholarship. Through various program activities, the Institute fosters interdisciplinary research on contemporary political, economic, social and religious issues.
The Kellogg Institute offers EALC students the opportunity to study international policy and development in depth.
Founded in 1986 through a generous gift from Mrs. Joan B. Kroc, the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame conducts research, education, and outreach programs on the causes of violence and the conditions for sustainable peace.
The Kroc Institute offers EALC students the chance to focus on strategic peacebuilding in countries around the world.