Asian Pacific Islander American Advisory Committee

 

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Asian Pacific Islander American Advisory Committee
Asian Pacific Islander American Advisory Committee

Asian Pacific Islander American Advisory Committee


Purpose

The APIA Advisory Committee is a longstanding group, contributing to the diversity of the campus community since 1990. Its founders initiated the development of the Asian American Studies Program, advocated for the collection and review of data for this population, and supported the Asian American Scholarship. The purpose of the committee is to focus attention on matters of curriculum, student success, and services that meet the needs of APIA students. It also serves to support APIA faculty, staff, and campus and outer communities.

Type: Operational

Reports to: Academic Affairs

Meets: Third Friday of the month, 10 am to 11:30 am  |  View Agendas & Minutes


Goals

  1. To review and share current campus research available on the APIA population; to communicate needs of APIA students to the campus and to the community; to identify what resources or programs exist on campus for this population; to identify ways to share relevant information with APIA students and the APIA community.

Membership 2017-2018

  • (2) Co-Chairs
       
  • Shirley Flor
    Counselor, Counseling Department
  • Pianta
    Professor of English and ESOL, English Department
  • (1) Administrative Representative
       
  • Charlie Zappia
    Dean, Social/Behavorial Sciences and Multicultural Studies
  • (9) Faculty Representatives
  • Yosh Kawahara
    Professor, Pyschology
  • Jaye Van Kirk
    Professor, Pyschology
  • Nancee Kesinger
    Professor, English
  • Gloria Kim
    Assistant Professor, History
  • Tassanee Chitcharoen
    Assistant Professor, Library Services
  • Robert Wong
    Assistant Professor, Architecture and Environmental Design
  • Valerie Abe
    Assistant Professor, Architecture and Environmental Design
  • Ron Israel
    Professor, English and Humanities
  • Jennifer Derilo
    Assistant Professor, English
  • (2) Classified Representatives
       
  • Hai Hoang
    Research and Planning Analyst, Institutional Effectiveness
  • James Arnegard
    Senior Student Services Assistant, Admissions

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