Asian American and Pacific Islander Faculty Staff Association

Goals Evaluation

Objective 1:

Provide organizational support for Asian American and Pacific Islander faculty and staff of Washington State University.

  • Conducted 6 meetings throughout the school year.
  • Disseminated 7 fliers informing individuals of meetings.
  • Sent voice mails of agenda items to Faculty and Staff.
  • Established AAPI Listproc to inform members of the community of key events.
  • Represented AAPI Community in the Faculty Staff of Color Coalition (now Alliance).
  • Conducted 2 pot luck meetings.
  • Co-sponsored a banquet recognizing AAPI Faculty and Staff Grant Recipients.

Objective 2:

Represent the needs and concerns of Asian American and Pacific Islander faculty and staff of Washington State University.

  • Lead inquiries by Faculty Staff of Color Coalition as of E. San Juans allegations of racist practices at WSU.
  • Handed out survey inquiring regarding climate and issues revolving around AAPI Faculty and Staff issues.
  • Conducted Open Forums for members with members to discuss concerns in their community.
  • Created panel presentation regarding Tenure/Promotion issues and bridging communication barriers between AAPI faculty and students.
  • AAPI Enhancement Grants Awarded.
  • Contributed to the Multicultural Roundtable Program with Tim Weiss.
  • Contributed to the AAPI Center Graduation.
  • Contributed to AAPI Awareness Month.
  • Co-Sponsored banquet with Association for Pacific and Asian Women and the Pacific Islander Club.

Objective 3:

To facilitate the professional growth for Asian American and Pacific Islander faculty and staff of Washington State University.

  • Faculty and Staff Enhancement Grants Awarded.
  • Created panel presentation regarding Tenure/Promotion issues and bridging communication barriers between AAPI faculty and students.
  • Created AAPI Faculty Staff Association Website.
  • Contributed towards brochure "The Specifics on Asian/Pacifics", a comprehensive guide towards resources for Asian/Pacific Americans in the Palouse.

Objective 4:

Educate the WSU and larger Pullman community about Asian American and Pacific Islander issues.

  • Contributed to AAPI Awareness Month activities.
  • Had an End of Year Banquet with short presentation and fliers on the AAPI F&S Association.
  • Monetary and volunteered with the Multicultural Roundtable sponsored by Washington Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development, Office of Superintendent of Public Institutions and Washington State University.

Objective 5:

To support the university’s commitment to recruit and retain faculty, staff and students of color.

  • Contributed towards AAPI Graduation Ceremony.
  • Built Website.
  • Created "Specifics on Asian Pacifics Brochure".