Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education “APAHE” salutes the life and legacy of our colleague and friend, Gerald Shimada.
Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE) is a California based 501(c)3 national organization governed by a body of volunteer board members representing cross sections of race, gender, geographic location and institutional capacity. In the near future you will see postings on how you can get involved and represent APAHE on your campus or region.
Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions Program Purpose Funding Status *see below Eligibility Laws, Regs, & Guidance Applicant Info Resources Awards FAQs Performance Contacts Office of Postsecondary Education Home Funding Status FY 2011 The Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011, P.L. 112-10, was passed by Congress on April 15, 2011.
Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education is dedicated to enhancing the educational opportunities for Asian and Pacific American students; promoting and supporting the hiring, retention, and advancement of qualified Asian and Pacific American faculty, staff, and administrators; and creating a better understanding of issues in the public affecting Asian and Pacific Americans in higher education.
Advancing the pipeline of Asian Americans toward senior level administration in higher education is a priority of APAHE. Less than 1% of the three thousand colleges and universities in the United States are only led by a person of Asian American descent. At whatever level or role in academics, student, or administrative services you currently
Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE) was founded in 1987, during the height of a five-year fight against a series of discriminatory admission policy directed against Asian Pacific American applicants at the University of California, Berkeley, and several research universities across the nation. At a conference on the admission fight convened in Oakland, California,
A tale of two chancellors—one white and male, and one Asian-American and female. Snow Hate, January 28, 2014 by Scott Jaschik Inside Higher Ed,January 28, 2014 Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2014/01/28/u-illinois-decision-keep-classes-going-leads-racist-and-sexist-twitter-attacks#ixzz2rocxsbgz
2014 NASPA Region VI Northern California Drive-In Conference “Building Bridges to Success: Collaboration and Innovation” University of California Berkeley (Krutch Theatre) 2601 Warring Street Berkeley, CA 94720 Friday, February 7th, 2014 9am-3pm Registration is now open! Click here to register! Highlights: 3-Tier Concurrent Sessions New Professionals & Graduate Students Mid-Level Professionals Senior Administrators Technology College
The APAHE Program Committee is excited to begin reviewing all program and poster submissions to the 2014 APAHE National Conference, “RECOGNIZING OUR LEGACY…SEIZING THE MOMENT…ENVISIONING OUR FUTURE…” APAHE is committed to addressing issues affecting Asian Pacific American students, staff, faculty and administrators and supporting APA leadership development in higher education. In an effort to broaden
JOB OPENING AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY: DIRECTOR, ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
The Director of APASD is responsible for identifying and addressing the barriers that impede the curricular and co-curricular success of Asian American and Pacific Islander (API) students at UCB. The Director designs and implements programs that improve API student retention, orients students to the intellectual life of the campus, helps with practical applications of leadership
General Awards for Minority Students In recent years, a nationwide emphasis on the importance of diversity (particularly on college campuses) has generated many scholarships and grants for students who belong to underrepresented minority groups. Our comprehensive scholarship list includes financial aid opportunities exclusively reserved for African-Americans, Hispanics, women, and other specific minority groups, as well
The League provides leadership in the education and development of community college governing board members, chief executive officers and staff to ensure the continued strength, diversity, vitality and effectiveness of the colleges educational programs and services. Prior to CCLC’s annual convention scheduled for November 21–23, 2013, APAHE Board members Dr. Frank Chong and President Wyman
Stuyvesant. Bronx Science. Brooklyn Tech: all nationally ranked public high schools considered among the best in New York City and the nation. Each year, thousands of 8th graders compete to secure coveted spots at these elite schools by taking the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test (the SHSAT). Admission is granted based solely on that single
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – The Pima Community College Governing Board announced today that it has chosen Dr. Lee Lambert as the school’s new chancellor. The vote was unanimous and there were no reservations among any board member. Lambert will make a base salary of $290,000. He will also be given a $30,000 tax-sheltered