Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are the two fastest growing racial groups in the United States, as confirmed by 2010 U.S. Census data. At the same time, Southeast Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders, and low-income AAPIs continue to face inequalities in college access and degree attainment. Higher education researchers’ decry for
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,
The Fung Brothers are an Asian American duo consisting of comedians and rappers Andrew Fung and David Fung, who are brothers originally from Seattle, Washington, and are now based in Monterey Park, California. They are best known for their YouTube videos (click here for 626 video) regarding NBA player Jeremy Lin (click here for The
APAHE 2013 April 24, 2013 – Pre-conference; April 25-26, 2013 – Main Conference, San Francisco, CA. Click here for PDF Flyer to help us circulate the conference! Click here to register for 2013 APAHE Conference (see Preconference Session Topics Below – Early Bird rate by February 28, 2013) Click here to register for Host Hotel.
Description: Tommy Gee is a Silicon Valley engineer with a big dream. He wants to lead a team of cyclists at the Tour of California. The only problems that easily come to mind is that Tommy is a middle-aged, out of shape, amateur cyclist with no way of competing against some of the greatest athletes
Wyman M. Fong appointed Vice Chancellor of Human Resources for Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
APAHE President Wyman Fong was recently appointed Vice Chancellor of Human Resources for Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. Wyman is in charge of the planning, development, implementation, and coordination of human resource services (Employment, Employee and Labor Relations, Benefit Services, Emergency Preparedness and Employee Safety, and Payroll Services) and organizational programs for the district. Prior
San Francisco State University named Leslie E. Wong as its 13th president Thursday, its first new leader in nearly a quarter century. The head of Northern Michigan University since 2004, Wong, 62, will replace Robert Corrigan on Aug. 1. Corrigan is retiring after 24 years as president of the campus of nearly 30,000 students that
To register, Visit http://apahe.eventbrite.com/ to register! Free Event – Space is limited! Come and join us for a gathering of higher education professionals to come and share stories and anecdotes, connect with new and current colleagues, but more importantly just celebrate our multifaceted API identities. This is a FREE event but if you would like
Accepting Applications for Leadership Development Program for Higher Education, July 11-14, 2012 – Kellogg West, Pomona, CA
An intensive 4-day experience, the Leadership Development Program in Higher Education (LDPHE) enhances the professional development of Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs) and prepares college/university administrators, faculty, and staff to move into leadership positions and to take on positions of greater visibility and influence on their campuses. Created in 1997 and conducted by Leadership Education
Dear Asian American Pacific Islander leaders, On behalf of the AAPI presidents and chancellors, we are inviting you to join us at our first Asian American Pacific Islander Presidents Roundtable to aspire and prepare AAPI deans, directors, VP’s, Provosts, etc. in becoming future presidents and chancellors. As a group of current and retired presidents and
By FRANK CHONG Published: Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 4:16 p.m., From pressdemocrat.com