Photos from our national conference on the Lau v. Nichols decision

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Happy New Year! Thank you for a wonderful 2014. Please click HERE to view photos from our national conference on the Lau v. Nichols Supreme Court decision that  had a profound impact on public education and fundamentally changed the way American public institutions provide services to people with different needs. There were a host of experts…

Fall 2014 AAADS 20A class “Puppy Dog Prize

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Four students in Christopher Chua’s Fall 2014 AAADS 20A class received the “Puppy Dog Prize”–with accompanying Qing-Dynasty scholars’ caps (note the queues)–for their “generous spirit, encouraging presence, and contributions to their classmates’ learning.”  From L-to-R:  GSI Claire Kunesh, Tien Nguyen, Josh Ko, GSI Khoa Ngo, Rikio Inouye, and Hannah Li.

White House Initiatitive on AAPI’s Internship Opportunity

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Looking for the internship of a lifetime? Want to make a difference in the AAPI community? Apply to the spring internship program with the White House Initiative on AAPIs by this Sunday, November 16! Apply today! http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/aapi/internships  

Directions to Our Fundraising Kickoff Dinner on Friday, November 7th

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Our fundraising kickoff dinner is a little over a week away! It will take place on Friday, November 7, at Far East Café in San Francisco’s Chinatown. The restaurant is located at 631 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94108. We will begin seating at 6:30pm. Below are directions to the restaurant and parking information.Driving Directions…

2013-2014 AAADS SPONSORED EVENTS

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OCTOBER 15th, 2013A public forum, 15% and Growing: The Civic Engagement of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in California, was held on the civic engagement of AAPIs in California, featuring insights from policy scholars and community leaders on the ways to forge a new path forward. OCTOBER 17th, 2013A historic convening of nationally recognized community leaders…