To make tax-deductible contributions to the Cleveland State University India Studies, contact:
Director for Advancement,
College of Liberal Arts
and Social Sciences
To donate online, please click here and select "other" then type CLASS India Scholars Program.
A wide variety of Independent Studies are also available with select CSU Professors.
More than 2000 people attend this ten-day-long Indian festival. Along with musical concerts and Indian dance, it includes lecture demonstrations on Indian vocal music, different Indian musical instruments such as Veena, Flute, Mridangam (Indian drum), and Violin, along with other traditional Indian musical instruments.
For more information contact the organizers of this program at: www.aradhana.org
These scholars not only teach credit courses but also conduct community-based lectures on different aspects of Indian culture.
Every summer students travel to India for studies. Through this program, students have a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the life of India while learning about important social issues. The program also includes tours of important historical sites and cultural activities.
Interested students should preview the website at http://academic.csuohio.edu/india_experience.
Please see the course description for SWK 499: India Experience: Contemporary Social Issues in India in the Undergraduate Catalog. Additional information about any of the India Studies credit courses or other programs, along with information about Asian Americans can be obtained by contacting: The School of Social Work.