Asian American Issues - Higher Education
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UAlbany Asian Students Call for Investigation of Coronavirus-Themed Party

by | February 18, 2020 Asian students and members of the University of Albany Asian American Alliance are requesting t [...] Read more

Asian Students Face Discrimination as the Coronavirus Spreads

by | February 13, 2020
Since a case of the coronavirus was confirmed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison last week, [...] Read more

S. David Wu Named First Asian American President in CUNY System

by | February 4, 2020
The City University of New York on Monday named Dr. S. David Wu the president of its Baruch Col [...] Read more

American Minorities and Our Foreign Cousins

by | September 3, 2019
Racial nationalists, who equate ethnicity with belonging, can co-exist with each other. Their a [...] Read more

The Trauma of ‘Go Back’: Calling Out Racism in Full

by Jessica Fry | July 18, 2019
When I was a freshman in high school, I was walking to my geometry class for sixth period. A lo [...] Read more

Fitting In Doesn’t Fix Discrimination

by | June 27, 2019
I have been studying the internment of Japanese Americans ever since I have been a professor. Y [...] Read more

Historic NFL Draft: Asian American Top Pick

| April 30, 2019
The Arizona Cardinals made history when the team chose Kyler Murray, who is of Asian lineage, a [...] Read more

After a Storied Career, Dr. Les Wong is Readying Himself for Retirement

by Lydia Lum | April 29, 2019
Dr. Leslie (Les) E. Wong’s career in postsecondary education has allowed him to meet more peo [...] Read more

Weaving Scientific Breakthroughs

by Lois Elfman |
When spider silk biologist/geneticist Dr. Cheryl Hayashi was the recipient of the prestigious M [...] Read more

Dr. Mark Redondo Villegas: A Cultural Scholar

by Lois Elfman | February 7, 2019
Now in his second year as an assistant professor at Franklin & Marshall College, Dr. Mark Redon [...] Read more

Cilantro and Prejudice

by | January 22, 2019
Cilantro is a good example for showing the stupidity of racial stereotypes. The herb, also know [...] Read more

Report Puts Focus on Mental Health Services for Asian Americans

by Lydia Lum | October 16, 2018
A new report lists multiple ways in which lawmakers and other thought leaders across the countr [...] Read more

Remembering Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien, Champion of Affirmative Action

by | October 9, 2018
This past week, I was moved by the memorial for the late Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien. The first A [...] Read more

Stop Reducing International Students to Toddlers on Your Campuses

by Mengchen Ge | September 11, 2018
According to several studies, international students find it difficult to make trustworthy frie [...] Read more

New Book Chronicles Aftermath of US Japanese Incarceration

by Lydia Lum | July 31, 2018
Growing up in the 1950s, Kay Ochi heard nary a syllable about the incarceration camps where her [...] Read more
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