AARCC News and Upcoming Events
AARCC is Looking for a (Undergrad Student) Publications Coordinator for 2013-14
The Publications Coordinator will be responsible for working on the Asian American Student Resource Book, publicity for AARCC events including Asian American Awareness Month, and the AARCC blog, AARCCorner.
We are looking for a creative student with preferably a combination of graphic design and writing/editing skills who is able to work independently. You will need to be an undergraduate student enrolled in and maintain at least six credit hours Fall 2013.
This position also will assist with general outreach and publicity for AARCC events. We expect these positions to require approximately 10-15 hours per week. These positions pay $8.77/hour and are open to both work-study and non-work-study students.
To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and application to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring in person to AARCC (101 Taft Hall). For more information, contact AARCC at 312-413-9569. Please apply by Monday, April 29th, 5 p.m. for best consideration.
Asian American Awareness Month - April 2013
The month gets started with Viet Le's talk on Monday, April 1st hosted by the Asian American Studies Program. The kickoff to the month in the Quad on Wednesday, April 3th, will feature performances from hip hop artist Monotone, student performers, Julian on the Radio as guest emcee, and DJ Noyze providing additional music. Beverly Kim, Chicago chef and quarter-finalist from Bravo's Top Chef, comes to campus Wednesday, April 10th.
I Define Myself: Undocumented and Unafraid Portrait Project
The panels of the collaborative exhibit presented by the Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change are currently the Behavorial Sciences Building (BSB) south entrance. Now being hosted by the Gender and Sexuality Center, look for upcoming programs GSC will offer in April conjunction with the exhibit at www.gsc.uic.edu.
Learn how you can benefit from AANAPISI at UIC
The University of Illinois at Chicago is a federally-designated Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution. The campus will receive close to $4 million dollars over the next five years from the U.S. Department of Education to support recruitment, retention and graduation of Asian American and Pacific Islander students and all UIC students.
See The UIC AANAPISI Initiative page for more information on the programs, scholarships, activities, and news related to UIC's AANAPISI Initiative.