Building Student & Faculty Community
AASP faculty often invite minors to their homes for enriching food and conversation.
Cultivating Student Leadership
The AASP Student Advisory Board meets throughout the academic year to discuss issues on diversity and brainstorm initiatives.
Engaging with Top Artists
Director and Producer Leo S. Chiang talks about his documentary, "Mr. Cao Goes to Washington" which follows the journey of Rep. Joseph Cao. Read more about the film
Colloquium for Ethnicity and Diaspora
The CED provides an intellectual space for faculty and students to interrogate issues in history, comparative race and ethnic studies, critical race theory, community formations, and citizenship.
Feb. 1, 2015
Read this article about the topic of racial inequality in advertisments written by Professor Shalini Shankar
Nov. 10, 2014
Check out the 2015 Winter Course Listings in time for registration!
Sept. 25, 2014
Explore the Fall 2014 courses that are kicking off the school year!
May 23, 2014
Free books on the Asian American Experience and race at our office, Kresge 1-435! Stop by until the end of school to check out the library.
Film Screening: "Cambodian Son" with filmmaker Asahiro Sugano
April 30, 2015 • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES STRIKES BACK! The 20th Anniversary and Future Directions
May 6, 2015 • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Asian American Studies Program: Why Minor?
Asian American Studies at Northwestern University was established by a sweeping student movement in the 1990's that demanded a deeply needed program of study that gives access to the long and rich histories, culture, and politics of Asians in the United States. Thus, the program fosters leadership and engagement with the most significant issues of the day: to model pride and interethnic cooperation that our society still struggles to achieve.
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Explore the origins of AASP at Northwestern in our retrospective video.
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