Upcoming Events & News Last Updated: February 5, 2018

AAS at Richmond Branch Library

On Saturday, February 3, 2018, over 100 attendees participated in American? Angel Island Immigrant Voices held at the Richmond/Senator Milton Marks Library in San Francisco. Hosting professional workshops for K-12 teachers, Professor Jeannie Woo presented on how to use AAS student created Angel Island detainee portraits and PowerPoints for middle and high school and Dr. Lorraine Dong showed the many Angel Island themed children’s books that can be used in the elementary to middle school classroom.


Welcome to AAS!

Welcome! Asian American Studies (AAS) Department, the largest of five departments/unit in the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, was created as a result of the 1968 Black Student Union/Third World Liberation Front Student Strike. Read more

AAS Department Chair-  Russell Jeung, Ph.D.

AAS Undergraduate & MA Program Coordinator– Wei Ming Dariotis, Ph.D.

AAS Administrative Analyst/Specialist–Becky Mou