Boston’s Chinatown by Cherry Lim While Boston is not particularly known for its Asian American community when compared to our more famous counterparts, Boston’s Chinatown, has faced a lot of challenges and has a long history that makes it similar to other immigrant communities. As someone who grew up roaming the streets of Chinatown, I […]

Please help us extend congratulations to the 2019 APAN Award Winners! The contribution of these individuals and programs to the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American community within Student Affairs and Higher Education is truly appreciated.   Below are this year’s winners along with excerpts/summaries from their nominators.   Recipients will be recognized by the association and […]

We’re exactly three (3) weeks away from #ACPA19 in Boston, Massachusetts and we’re so excited for it! Anyone else?! Who’s ready for Convention?! Come join us for a variety of ACPA APAN Programs & Activities during Convention, spend some quality time with the #ACPAapan community, and learn more about APAN and what it has to […]

APAN is hosting the fourth annual APIDA Scholars Collective this year at #ACPA19 in Boston. Take a look at the bomb faculty that will be joining us and our #ACPAapan community. We will be hosting a reception on Sunday, March 3rd from 1-2pm Sheraton Boston Hotel: Liberty C Room and then walk to a local […]

Click here to listen to their podcast blog! A little about Hannah (left) & Willa (right):  Hannah Hyun White (she/her) is a Korean American transracial adoptee Master’s student at the University of Arizona and the Graduate Assistant for Student Access and Accommodations and the Disability Cultural Center. She is also a former NUFP and a […]

Here’s part two of our APAN Guide to help you connect with the #ACPAapan community while at #ACPA19. Excited to be in community with one another soon! Cheers to celebrating our 95th anniversary in Boston, Massachusetts (March 3-6, 2019).

I chose to share out Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Higher education: Research and Perspectives on Identity, Leadership, and Success, which was a collectively authored book, edited by Doris Ching & Amefil Agbayani. This book follows the experiences and passions of AAPI identified professionals. Their experiences are organized into 6 main areas: statistics, racial identity, […]