Tag: Asian American Studies
- UMass Boston’s Asian American Studies Program Celebrates 30 Years on Campus
UMass Boston’s first Asian American studies class was reactivated in 1987. Today, the Asian American Studies Program offers the largest selection of Asian American Studies courses, faculty, and community resources of any university in New England.
- Panel Discussion: Contested Transformation: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership
Join us for the RESCHEDULED discussion about racial and ethnic minorities holding elective office in the United States.
- Chancellor’s Awards Highlight Faculty Excellence at 2016 Commencement Ceremony
Three professors win awards for Distinguished Scholarship, Teaching, and Service
- Professor Karen Suyemoto Elected as AAPA Fellow
Suyemoto has had an impact on her students, and on her colleagues in psychology
- IAAS Research Fellows Presentation on December 12, 2013
Join us for this presentation by UMass Boston Professor Loan Dao about Vietnamese American elderly.
- Colors of Confinement: Rare Color Photographs of Japanese American Internees
The University of North Carolina School of Law's Eric Muller will discuss the book of photography he edited, which showcases rare color photographs taken in a WWII Japanese-American internment camp.
- White House Honors UMass Boston Professor as “Champion of Change”
On Monday, May 6, the White House honored 15 Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women as “Champions of Change.” Among them is Karen L. Suyemoto, an associate professor of clinical psychology and Asian American studies at UMass Boston.
- “Constructing the Enemy” Reading and Reception
Join us for a book reception for Dr. Rajini Srikanth's new publication, "Constructing the Enemy: Empathy/Antipathy in U.S. Literature and Law"