AACRAO's Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus strives to provide a communal space for members who are ready to discuss issues, developments and initiatives for individuals of Asian and Pacific Islander descent in higher education.
With goals to educate other members about the history, contributions and concerns of Asian American and Pacific Islanders, this caucus is open to all members.
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Note: In the Exchange Directory, scroll down until you see "Caucus Membership", then check the box next to the caucus name you are interested in and click "Find Members."
Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus Chair
To join the caucus, log in to the AACRAO Exchange and select the "Communities" drop-down in the top navigation bar. Next, visit the "All Communities" page and click the name of the caucus you would like to join and then click the Join button.
Anti-Asian Violence Resources | Donate, mental health, and allyship
Sign the petition: Condemn Hate and Violence Against Asian American Women | Allyship
Bystander Intervention with Hollaback | Training, educate and allyship
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association | List of providers
Asian Mental Health Collective Therapist Directory | List of AAPI therapists
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association | Hate crime resources
stopaapihate.org | Donate, report, and educate
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Report incidents and donate
Support the AAPI Community Fund | GoFundMe that donates to a variety of AAPI orgs
CommUNITY Action Fund | Donate to boots-on-the-ground community organizations
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum | Support AAPI Women
Red Canary Song | Support AAPI immigrants & marginalized workers
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund | Donate to civil & education funds
Compassion in Oakland | Donate & Volunteer
Main Street Patrol, New York | Volunteer to protect NYC neighborhoods
Understanding the impact of recent legislation and how it connects to Black History Month.
Exploring the recent hearing by the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development and finding a path forward.
Strategies to support and empower women in STEM.
Current status of accessibility in the association, where we are and where we're going.
Understand the value of HBCU's to AACRAO's mission and learn how you can take part.
How and why are holds used? What are the impacts on students and institutions?
This report was made possible by the more than 700 U.S. registrars who participated in our survey.
If, when, and how remote employees will return to work in a more traditional office setting is a trending topic with higher education professionals as evidenced by the above-average number of respondents for this month's survey.
This report that surveyed nearly 1,000 individuals hones in on perceived professional development training needs in higher ed.
Given the ongoing rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine worldwide and interest in understanding how colleges and universities plan to address inoculation with the vaccine, the March survey focused on COVID-19 vaccination plans for students and employees.