How excited is everyone for the ECAASU Conference at Duke University? It is about 2 weeks away! Prepare yourselves for this enlightening and fun weekend and be ready to meet people from all across the country.
4. [NYC] NYU Chinese Student Society: DYNAMICSS 5. [NYC] Re-envisioning American Art History: Asian American Art, Research, and Teaching 6. National CLAS Standards Conference Call 7. Asian American Writers Workshop: Call for Nonfiction Fellows
MID-FEBRUARY DIGEST HIGHLIGHTS
1) ECAASU Trailblazer Award: Do you know a student who is paving the way for activism and advocacy in the Asian Pacific American community?
The ECAASU National Board is soliciting nominations for students who inspire, educate and empower those interested in Asian American & Pacific Islander American issues. As a new initiative to honor those who whose work fits with our mission and goals, ECAASU has created the ECAASU Trailblazer Award to recognize those students who have significantly impacted his or her community. Every two weeks leading up to the ECAASU 2012 Student Conference at Duke University, a Trailblazer Award nominee will be chosen by the ECAASU National Board as a finalist. At the ECAASU 2012 Conference, all the finalists will be recognized at a reception and the winner for ECAASU's Trailblazer Award will be chosen. The winner of the Trailblazer Award will be recognized at the reception and win a $500 scholarship to further his or her education or career aspirations.
Students must be nominated by their peers, co-workers or supervisors. For more information or to nominate a student, click here. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Nicole Fink, Advocacy Coordinator at email@example.com.
2) Bid for ECAASU 2013 Conference
If you haven't considered it already, you still have time. Bids are still being accepted for the ECAASU 2013 Conference. On behalf of the ECAASU Board of Directors, we are calling for a group of students to step up and lead next year's conference. Please contact June Kao at firstname.lastname@example.org to bid for ECAASU 2013.
3) ECAASU Campus Ambassador
4) NYU Chinese Student Society: Dynamicss
Date: February 9, 2012 at 3:00 pm EST
WHIAAPI and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will hold a conference call to discuss HHS’ recent revisions to the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (National CLAS Standards). This discussion will illustrate how the CLAS Standards can be used as a road map for introducing and implementing the concepts and strategies related to cultural and linguistic competence. Please call 800-369-3192