AAAGS is a graduate student-led group that hosts academic, social, and cultural events and activities throughout the year. Events are open to all members. To join the email list, get in touch at uw.aaags [at] gmail [dot] com
Graduate Student Executive Board Members 2009-2010
Vanessa Merina, MFA Student, Creative Writing (Co-Chair) Dai Dao, JD Candidate, Law School (Co-Chair) Ly Pham, PhD Student, Toxicology (Reading Group Chair, Academic Chair) Don Huynh, PhD Candidate, Physics (Treasurer) Mytoan Nguyen, PhD Candidate, Sociology (Ex Officio) Linda S. Park, PhD Candidate, Human Development and Family Studies (Campus Administrative Liaison) Asia Thao, PhD Student, Counseling Psychology (Social Co-Chair) Aaronson Chew, PhD Student, Counseling Psychology (Communications) Jon Vu, MD Student, Medical School (Medical School Liaison) Manish Jain, JD Student, Law School Dan Allen, JD Candidate, Law School (Chair of APALSA/SALSA)
Faculty Advisor: Assistant Prof. Cindy I-Fen Cheng, History/Asian American Studies Program
For further information about how to get involved or for a copy of the AAAGS By Laws, email email@example.com or check us out on Facebook
Thank you to our past Chairs:
Gil Jose, Co-Chair 07-08 Casey Lee, Co-Chair Spring 08 Mytoan Nguyen, Co-Chair Fall 07, Co-Chair 08-09 Linda S. Park, 06-07, Co-Chair 08-09 Jackie Nguyen, 06-07 (Grant Writing Chair) Betty Thao, 06-07 (Grant Writing) Wendy Ho, Victor Jew, and Jan Miyasaki (among other progressive graduate students) 1990s Original Founders
Thank you to past Organizational Partners:
Asian American Studies Program APALSA/SALSA (Law School) Wisconsin Organization of Asian Americans Associated Students of Madison Asian Pacific American Council Multicultural Coalition of Students Council Graduate School Graduate Student Collaborative Multicultural Graduate Network Student Organizations Office Associated Students of Madison
Thank you to past Media partners:
Asian Wisconzine Capitol Times Badger Herald Daily Cardinal
Apologies if we have forgotten to recognize any individuals or organizational partners.
“'Immigrant Acts' names the agency of Asian immigrants and Asian Americans: the acts of labor, resistance, memory, and survival, as well as the politicized cultural work that emerges from dislocation and disidentification” (Lisa Lowe, 1998: 9).
-To Book General Meeting Rooms on Campus, call CIVC at (608) 263-2400. -To Book Classrooms or Other Spaces, Call Central Reservations (608) 262-2511. -Student Organizations Office (SOO): http://soo.studentorg.wisc.edu -Wisconsin Experience Grant: http://soo.studentorg.wisc.edu/wi_exp_grant/soo.html