Friday, May 3, 2013 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Presentation Room of UCLA’s Charles E. Young Research Library (Room 11348)
Stanford University Stephen Murphy-Shingetsu will come to UCLA to examine mixed race Asian American experiences using his personal journey of identity, exploration, and diversity of his diverse roots.
Refreshments will be served.
Hosted by the Aratani Endowed Chair, Asian American Studies Center at UCLA, and the UCLA Library. Co-sponsored by the Asian American Studies Department, Mixed Student Union, the Asian Pacific Coalition, and Nikkei Student Union at UCLA.
Come join the Mixed Student Union for their first annual Mixed Heritage Conference at UCLA this Saturday, April 20th, from 9:00 am to 5pm! Check-in starts at 8:30 am!
The conference consists of a series of workshops that focus on the Mixed Experience. Each workshop, led by the directors of MSU, focuses on a different aspect of our multiethnic and multicultural society.
The conference is open to the general public, and we strongly encourage all from inside and outside the UCLA community to attend. Breakfast and lunch will be provided, and everyone is welcome to go out to dinner in Westwood with MSU after the conference.
Below is the schedule for the conference and a list of the workshops being offered. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
We hope to see you there!
10:00-11:15 Workshop 1 & 2
11:30-12:45 Workshop 3 & 4
2:30-3:45 Workshop 5 & 6
4:00-4:30 Keynote Speaker
5:00 Dinner with MSU in Westwood
2)Transnational and Trans-racial Adoptees
3)Mixed Mindsets: How different aspects of the mixed experience can be viewed as advantages or disadvantages
4)Development of mixed race identity in college
5)Amerasians – The Unintended Consequences of US Military Presence In The World
6)The Color behind Colorblind: Is Colorblind the right answer
APA-UCLA is proud to announce that the 2013 APA-UCLA Scholarship selection process has begun. Over $22,000 in scholarships are available to current UCLA undergraduate and graduate students. Each year, APA-UCLA is proud to honor many qualified young women and men with APA-UCLA scholarships.
New to 2013 is the Charlie Woo Scholarship. This Scholarship has been graciously provided by Charlie Woo ’72 M.S. ’75 to recognize both undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate academic success, dedication to the community, and financial need.
Other awards include:
- APA-UCLA Excellence in Community Service Award
- APA-UCLA Sam Law Memorial Excellence in Student Leadership Award
- UCLA Korean Alumni Association Award
- Sho Iino Accounting Scholarship
Please note that the application due date has been extended to April 26, 2013. Submission instructions and scholarship guidelines are included in the application form.
If you have any questions, please contact any of the APA-UCLA Scholarship Committee Members:
- Christy Sakamoto – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Viet Bui – email@example.com
DUE DATE EXTENDED – Applications are now due April 26, 2013.
2013 APA UCLA Scholarship Application – Contains scholarship application guidelines, requirements, and submission instructions.
Professor Keith Camacho in the Asian American Studies was granted tenure at UCLA’s Asian American Studies Program! For the Pacific Islander community, this is huge!!
In honor of Professor Camacho’s tenure, we are celebrating with a party on Thursday, from 6-8pm in Student Activities Basement Room 4. Please come join us, and sign up to bring food here at the Google Doc:
You can check out the Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/273596189440050/?ref=2 !
Come de-stress before finals week and join us for fun carnival games as you learn about Chinatown Community for Equitable Development (CCED) and their campaign against Wal Mart being built in LA Chinatown. Event put on by Asian Pacific Coalition and Asian American Studies students.
When: Friday, March 15, 2pm-5pm
Where: Campbell 1112 and Campbell patio.
Invite and bring your friends!!!