Sponsored by CUNY Diversity Projects Development Fund
Please join us for a conference on, Asian American Leadership at CUNY and Higher Education, on Friday, May 6, 2016, from 9:30am to 5pm, at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Concourse Level, Manhattan. This conference is free and open to the general public.
There is a remarkable absence of Asian Americans in the upper ranks of leadership at CUNY,and in higher educationnationwide. AAARI will release the findings of its CUNY Asian American Leadership Initiative Report at this conference, and will address recommendations for outreach and recruitment, as well as development of the student and faculty pipeline for leadership.
This conference will focus on why there is a lack of Asian American leadership, best practices for recruitment and professional development, student leadership, tenure and promotion, as well as the importance of Asian American and Asian Studies in preparing and inspiring the next generation of Asian American Leaders.
Dr. Santa Ono, President, University of Cincinnati
- CUNY Asian American Leadership Initiative Report: Findings, Recommendations and Accountability
- Trajectory to the Top – Barriers on the Path to the Presidency
- Best Practices: Government Agencies, Foundations, Corporate Sector and Professional Organizations
- AABANY’s Issues Committee Co-Chair, Chris Kwok, will be speaking on this panel.
- Student Leadership
- Tenure and Promotion: Process and Advice
- State Of Asian American and Asian Studies at CUNY and Its Importance to Asian American Leadership in Higher Education
- Foundation for the Future – Working Group Discussions
To RSVP and to view the full program for this conference, please visit www.aaari.info/2016leadership.htm. Please be prepared to present proper identification when entering the building lobby.
See you on May 6th!