Gifts to the Discretionary Fund of the Islamic Civilization & Societies Program will help support programs such as the ICS Distinguished Lecture Series, Undergraduate Research & Language Acquisition Grants, Faculty Development initiatives, and program publications.
Your ideas for additional initiatives are always welcomed. These activities are essential to the continued growth and vitality of ICS as it seeks to offer students exceptional educational and career opportunities, and to further our understanding of this critically important field.
The Islamic Civilization & Societies Program has an active alumni community that continues to play an important part in the ICS program. Graduates of our program go on to achieve distinction in all fields of endeavor, such as teaching, leadership positions in diplomacy, government, business, the arts, and media. Our alumni are important to us and have a contribution to make towards continuing the Program’s mission of promoting a better understanding of the Islamic world.
For those of you who are alums, we encourage you to send us updated contact information and join the pool of career network contacts by emailing Professor Kathleen Bailey.
Learn more about our Middle East & Islamic Studies Alumni Affinity Network.
Our Google Group Membership Directory.
For all other comments and queries, please e-mail Professor Kathleen Bailey.
Should you want to discuss making a special gift to the department, please be in touch with the Office of the Director of Development, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, David Cave, Ph.D., at 617-552-9179.