Get Involved

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.

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AANAPISI

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.

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Mission

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.

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Conference

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

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About

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,

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APAHE/LDPHE GRADUATE KETMANI KOUANCHAO TO SERVE AS DEAN OF STUDENT SERVICES AT MENDOCINO COLLEGE

APAHE/LDPHE GRADUATE KETMANI KOUANCHAO TO SERVE AS DEAN OF STUDENT SERVICES AT MENDOCINO COLLEGE

http://aapress.com/education/ketmani-kouanchao-to-serve-as-dean-at-mendocino-college/

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APAHE/LDPHE GRADUATE TRAM VO-KUMAMOTO NAMED VICE PRESIDENT OF INSTRUCTION, BERKELEY CITY COLLEGE

APAHE/LDPHE GRADUATE TRAM VO-KUMAMOTO NAMED VICE PRESIDENT OF INSTRUCTION, BERKELEY CITY COLLEGE

Tram Vo-Kumamoto, has been named Vice President of Instruction at Berkeley City College, Dr. Deborah Budd, president, announced. Ms. Kumamoto, who most recently served as Dean of Science and Mathematics at Chabot College (Hayward), has 20 years of professional experience in a variety of educational systems. “Ms. Kumamoto’s experience will be a tremendous asset to

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CONGRATULATIONS TO APAHE ASSOCIATE/LDPHE GRADUATE, MAI VANG!

CONGRATULATIONS TO APAHE ASSOCIATE/LDPHE GRADUATE, MAI VANG!

Congratulations to Mai Vang on her new position at Harvard University. Mai was recently selected as Assistant Director of Diversity and Inclusion Programs in the Office of the President and Provost. Mai will work with the Associate Chief Diversity Officer who is also the Deputy Director,  and the Chief Diversity Officer to foster and enhance

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ALEXIS S. MONTEVIRGEN, Ed.D. APPOINTED VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT SERVICES AT COLLEGE OF ALAMEDA

ALEXIS S. MONTEVIRGEN, Ed.D. APPOINTED VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT SERVICES AT COLLEGE OF ALAMEDA

Congratulations to APAHE Planning Committee Member, Alexis S. Montevirgen, Ed.D.!

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APAHE IS PLEASED TO PRESENT THE GROUP LEGACI – APRIL 10, 2014

APAHE IS PLEASED TO PRESENT THE GROUP LEGACI – APRIL 10, 2014

The New York Times gracefully calls them on a front page feature, “The most visible yet invisible pop figures in the entire world.”

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THE LEGACY OF GERALD SHIMADA

THE LEGACY OF GERALD SHIMADA

Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education “APAHE” salutes the life and legacy of our colleague and friend, Gerald Shimada.

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT AN ASIAN-AMERICAN WOMAN WOULD BE CRITICIZED IN THIS WAY?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT AN ASIAN-AMERICAN WOMAN WOULD BE CRITICIZED IN THIS WAY?

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