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AAAS Statement on Anti-Asian Violence and Racism (Update: 3/22/21)

The Faculty of the Department of Asian & Asian American Studies shares the grief of the loss of the eight lives in the deadly attacks in Atlanta on Tuesday. Of the victims who lost their lives in this tragedy, six of them were of Asian descent. We are deeply saddened and troubled by the recent surge in violence against members of Asian American communities nationwide. Furthermore, we grieve with all Asian and Asian Americans who have experienced racial and gendered violence since this pandemic. These acts of terror and discrimination remind us of the struggles for racial equality and justice fought for by Asian Americans, as well as the violence of systemic racism that Asian Americans have endured throughout U.S. history. As researchers and educators of Asian and Asian American languages and cultures, we denounce these acts of hate in the strongest terms possible.  The AAAS Department stands in solidarity with other departments and communities against all forms of discrimination, racism, white supremacy, xenophobia, and violence. We also recognize our responsibilities to bridge gaps between cultures and communities, to respect and support multilingualism, and to cultivate an institutional as well as intellectual appreciation for the contributions of Asian immigrant communities throughout history. To our students and colleagues, whether or not you are of Asian descent, we are here to support you personally and professionally in this difficult time.  

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Just Announced! AAAS 2024 Study Abroad Scholarship
Applications Due April 15th, 2024
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Best 2024 MIC-URECA Poster Presentation Award Abstract, Registration due on April 12, 2024

CKS
presents: CKS Colloquium Series, Elegance in motion: The Hanbok Journey With Cheon-Shik Yang , Wang CenterTheater, on Friday, March 8, 2024 | 1:00 pm

Our IDEA Fellow, Sandra So Hee Chi Kim, is the recipient of the David L. Ferguson Award for Excellence in Inclusive Teaching.

19th Japan Center Essay Competition sponsored by Canon USA has been announced!

Agnes He was elected to the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Executive Board.  

Testimonials from our graduates!

The recipients of the 2023 Korean Studies Undergraduate Scholarships are Jenna Zaza (Korean Studies Minor, Journalism Major) and Qian Yu (Korean Studies Minor, Health Science/AAAS Major). They have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership during their time as members of the Korean Studies program at Stony Brook and will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

CKS: Congratulations to our 7th Korean Speech Contest winners, Derek NgAnna Liang, 
Shiori SaitoCrystal Huang and Chandrika Joshi!

Shuning Lin (class of 2022, a double major in AAS-TE & Psychology) was accepted to the MA program in Teaching Asian Languages at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA))! 

Siyu Wei (Class of 2021, AAS major and double minor in JNH/KOR) was accepted to the MA program in Education at University College London (UCL)!

We created Anti Racist Resources (with AAPI Focus)!

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