Asian/Asian Pacific American Student Coalition

Asian/Asian Pacific American Students' Coalition

Asian/Asian Pacific American Students' Coalition

The Asian/Asian Pacific American Students’ Coalition is an alliance of nearly 20 clubs and organizations at ASU. Our goal is to help maintain a strong Asian American and Pacific Islander community within ASU by coordinating campus-wide events that cultivates awareness of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, advocating for and representing the interests and needs of the Asian/Asian Pacific American students, and by remaining active in the community at large.

 

Upcoming events

Throughout the academic year, Arizona State University dedicates months and weeks to honoring Sun Devils’ heritage. The Asian/Asian Pacific American Students' Coalition leads the celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month each April. To learn how you can be involved in planning the celebration of our rich, diverse community of ASU students, connect with our coalition.

 

Club Spotlight

KoDE at ASU (K-Pop Dance Evolution)

KoDE at ASU

KoDE at ASU is a dance-based club at Tempe that teaches Korean Pop choreography. A student-run organization, their instructors teach interested students new choreography every week and strive to engage with the local Phoenix/Tempe K-pop community through performance. KoDE performs at events throughout the Phoenix metro area, including ASU-hosted events and cultural festivals. They accept members from all backgrounds of dance, from beginner to expert level, with a focus on maintaining a safe space for all their members to have fun. Their main goal is to foster curiosity and promote the culture within the K-pop community.



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EOSS Employee Spotlight

Karen Kuo headshot

Dr. Karen Kuo, Associate Professor and Lead Faculty
Asian Pacific American Studies, School of Social Transformation

Dr. Karen Kuo is an associate professor in the School of Social Transformation. Her current work focuses on the geopolitical and cultural representations of Asia and Asians in films and novels of early twentieth century America. Her work examines how U.S. narratives about Asia and Asian migration culturally defined US understandings of the foreign and the domestic. She was also the lead principal investigator for the International Nikkei Legacy Project (INRP) sponsored in part by the Japanese American National Museum. The INRP creates and maintains a database of international Nikkei sources in Arizona and interfaces with the global Japanese diaspora project of the museum. In addition she is co-editing "Japanese Americans in Arizona." Her future work will explore the formation of Taiwanese American communities and identity during the Cold War.

A student in ASU's PASA club tables at CultureFest

Student group celebrates Filipino culture at ASU

This year, the Philippine American Student Association is marking its 25th anniversary of sharing Filipino culture at ASU.


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ASU international students pose in a photobooth for the 2019 orientation carnival

International students welcome new Sun Devils at spring orientation

Arizona State University welcomed students from all over the world at the start of the spring 2019 semester.


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ASU Dragon Boat team at the Tempe Town Lake Arizona Dragon Boat Festival

ASU Dragon Boat team brings Chinese tradition to ASU

On the ASU Dragon Boat team, 20 paddlers along with a drummer and a steerer race a unique boat in Tempe Town Lake. Find out why ASU students love bringing this ancient Chinese tradition to Tempe.


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Officers

Maria Manaog
Maria Manaog,
President
Maya Johnson
Maya Johnson,
Vice President
Thea Eigo
Thea Eigo,
Director of Administration
Xena Whang
Xena Whang,
Director of Finance
Elizabeth Lau
Elizabeth Lau,
Director of Procurement
Athena Le
Athena Le,
Co-Director of Operations
Nicholas Broshears
Nicholas Broshears,
Co-Director of Operations
Amber Yu
Amber Yu
Director of Marketing
Sabrina Liu
Sabrina Liu,
Creative Director
Lindsay Chen
Lindsay Chen,
Co-Director of Outreach
Anthony Nguyen
Anthony Nguyen
Co-Director of Outreach
Shalina Baysan
Shalina Baysan
External Outreach Chair
Angelina Byun
Angelina Byun,
Historian
Emily Tsujikawa
Emily Tsujikawa,
Intern
Chloe Hom
Chloe Hom
Intern
Lienna Tieu
Lienna Tieu
Intern
Cassie Liu
Cassie Liu,
Intern
Alex Wong
Alex Wong,
Intern

Member organizations

To connect with one of our member organizations, please log on to SunDevilSync.

Alpha Phi Gamma
Ascend
Asian Business Leaders Association
Asian Corporate & Entrepreneur Leaders
Asian Nation Dance
Delta Chi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Dynamic Movement
EPIC Movement
Hawai’i Pacific Islander Club
K-Pop Dance Evolution
Pacific Islander And Asian Association
Philippine American Student Association
Pi Alpha Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Society of Asian Scientists and Engineering
Southeast Asian American Student Association
Sun Devil Taiko Club
Unified Society of South Asians
Vietnamese Students Association
Asian American Association
Dynamic Movement

Resources

Below is a list of resources gathered by this coalition that may be helpful to you as a student. Organizations or resources listed not affiliated with Arizona State University are not endorsed by the university.

ASU Asian Pacific American Studies Department
Arizona Asian Chamber of Commerce
OCA - Asian Pacific American Advocates Greater Phoenix Area
Japanese American Citizens League – Arizona
Asian Pacific Community in Action – Arizona

You are welcome here

Arizona State University is an institution measured by whom we include and how they succeed. If you feel you have been the victim of actions contrary to this principle, please connect with file a report with the appropriate resource.

 

Office of University Rights and Responsibilities

The Office of University Rights and Responsibilities reviews and investigates concerns and complaints regarding discrimination or harassment based on one or more characteristic or personal Status protected by law.

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Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is responsible for reviewing and handling student disciplinary incident reports. Incident reports are accepted from students, faculty, staff, or other persons who believe that a student or a student organization may have violated the ABOR Student Code of Conduct.

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Arizona State University Hotline
 

The Office of University Rights and Responsibilities reviews and investigates concerns and complaints regarding discrimination or harassment based on one or more characteristic or personal Status protected by law.

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Location

400 E. Orange Street
Tempe, AZ 85287

Office Hours

Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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