Consider making a year-end donation to the Asian American Studies Success Fund. This fund is used to support AAS students with a welcome orientation, educational programs and special gatherings with alumni through the year.
AAS faculty accomplishments include the following for the month of October, November and December 2015
Mai Nhung Le and Dale Maglalang, AAS MA graduate student, published the article, "Unmet needs of Asian American and Pacific Islander Cancer Patients," in the Journal of Cancer Education.
Produced by AAS 210 students and open to the public
Creative and interactive exhibit on the history of Asians in the U.S.
AAS 352 Filipino American Culture and Literature students will be putting on the show, "Chicken Adobo for the Filipino Soul."
Wednesday, December 9th at 7pm in Burk 28 at SF State
•Have students understand the history of the College of Ethnic Studies & its conditions today
.•Identify current issues/concerns and ways we can support from students and faculty
.•Networking opportunities with the college of ETHS faculty, student organizations, and Associated Students Inc.
•Recruit members for the College of Ethnic Studies Student Leadership Council.
More details are included here https://www.facebook.com/events/800597003419262/
On Friday, December 5th from 12 noon-1pm the Asian American Studies Department will be celebrating recently published books by professors Jonathan Lee and Christen Sasaki.
Screening of the film " Okinawa : The Afterburn " and Q&A with the film director John Junkerman, an Oscar nominee will take place on Tuesday December 1 at 7:15pm.
Directed by American John Junkerman, a resident of Japan, Okinawa: The Afterburn documents the wartime and postwar history of Okinawa and the American military presence.
Come out for a night of art by SF States Asian American Studies at the Annex (Student Life Event Center) on December 3, Thursday, at 6pm.
There will be dances, skits, spoken words and visual art displays. Food Truck Kokio Republic will also be there.
By David Ka Wai Pan
The Innovative Activism Movement (IAM) will take place at 518 Valencia Street in San Francisco on December 3rd 2015. This event, which is avaliable to the public, wil feature talented artwork from students in Professor Soe's AAS 514 course: Asian American Community Arts Workshops. To receive updates on this upcoming presentation, please click here. Also follow us on twitter, @AAS_SFSU, for more photos and upcoming events. We hope to see you there!
MA AAS Alumni & Assistant Professor Dana Y. Nakano will be presenting, "Still Not White: The Persistent Role of Race in Later Generation Japanese American Identity and Community Formation," on Monday, November 16, 2015 from 4:10 - 5:15pm in Gym 114