HCBSS works together with other organizations, programs, and individuals, both on campus and in the community, to futher scholarship, education, and public programs in Buddhist Studies. For opportunities to join our network of partners, see Supporting HCBSS.
The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation
Endowments supporting the Ho Center, the Ho Foundation Doctoral Fellowships in Buddhist Studies, and the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Professor in Buddhist Studies.
The T.T. & W.F. Chao Foundation
Endowments supporting two T.T. & W.F. Chao Graduate Fellowships in Buddhist Studies and the T.T. & W.F. Chao Buddhist Studies programs in the Ho Center.
The Shinnyo-en Foundation
Endowment supporting the Shinso Ito Professorship in Buddhist Studies
Hwei Tai Fund for Buddhist Studies Endowment supporting advanced seminars and other programs in Buddhist studies; administered by HCBSS for the Department of Religious Studies
Evans-Wentz Lectureship in Oriental Philosophies, Religions, and Ethic Endowment supporting annual lectures, symposia, and conferences; administered by HCBSS for the Department of Religious Studies
James and Lydia Chao Gift supporting the TT & WF Chao Lectures in Buddhism
Shinnyo-en Foundation Grant in support of Buddhist Studies graduate students and Buddhit public education programming
The family of Liu Yen-Chun 劉彦俊 Gift of his books to the HCBSS library
The family of Catherine Bell Gift of her books to the HCBSS library
James and Marian Adams Gift in support of the programs of HCBSS
Ling-Chu and Chia-Hon Chien Gifts in support of the programs of HCBSS
Anonymous Gifts in support of the operations and programs of HCBSS
Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies, Taiwan Memorandum of Understanding with HCBSS for the development of academic exchange and cooperation in Buddhist Studies
Dharma Drum Buddhist College, Taiwan Memorandum of Understanding with HCBSS for the development of academic exchange and cooperation in Buddhist Studies
International Division of the Administrative Headquarters of Soto Zen Buddhism (Sotoshu Shumucho) Soto Zen Text Project for the translation of the major texts of the Soto school of Zen Buddhism