UConn’s Association for Asian American Faculty and Staff (AAAFS), the Asian American Cultural Center, and the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute (AAASI), we share with you our statement on the deplorable anti-Asian violence that is surging across our nation. This has had an enormous impact on Asians and Asian Americans here at UConn.
To this end, a virtual panel on will take place on March 18 @ 5:00 pm. “Asians in America: Anti-Asian Violence and the Fight Against Invisibility” will feature UConn students, faculty, and staff; provide perspectives on today’s climate and its impact on UConn’s Asian and Asian American community; and galvanize anti-racist efforts that will benefit us all. To register for the event, please click here.
If you have any questions, please contact Jason O. Chang, President, Association for Asian American Faculty and Staff; Na-Rae Kim, Interim Director, Asian and Asian American Studies Institute; Terrence Cheng, AAAFS Executive Board member.
UConn’s Asian American Faculty & Staff Association Officers
- Jason Oliver Chang, Department of History
Mary Anne Amalaradjou, Animal Science
- Nishelli Ahmed, Student Health and Wellness, Health Promotion
- Haili Li Lin, Accounting Office
Executive Committee Members:
Nicole Grace Ariyavatkul, Registrar- Hartford Campus
Terrence Cheng, Stamford Campus Director
Nisha Joshee Hardnett, Dramatic Arts
Edward Junhao Lim, Library
Glenn Mitoma, Human Rights Institute
Guiling Wang, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Shengli Zhou, Electrical and Computer Engineering
If interested in getting involved, please contact email@example.com!