The CSI community is invited to speak out against the anti-Asian hate that has increased since COVID-19 emerged. A panel of students, faculty, and staff will guide our conversation. Everyone is welcome to share their thoughts, questions, and experiences. This event is in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Xin Yan Zhu Jiang, Sophomore, Biology, Macaulay Honors Program
Lara Saguisag, Associate Professor, English
Ava Chin, Associate Professor of Creative Nonfiction + Journalism, English
Winnie Brophy, Director, Special Programs and Initiatives, Center for Global Engagement
Benji Kuriakose, HelpDesk Manager, Office of Information Technology Services
Ananya Mukherjea, Associate Professor and Chairperson, Sociology and Anthropology
Qimei Luo, Class of 2011, Majoring in Corporate Communications
Moderated by Alana Gaymon, Executive Associate to the Dean, School of Health Sciences
Opening remarks from CSI President William J. Fritz
This event is sponsored by the Office of Student Life – Pluralism & Diversity, Center for Global Engagement, the Department of World Languages and Literatures, the School of Health Sciences, and East Asian Studies.