Asian Staff Forum (ASF) is a group of Stanford University and SLAC employees who identify as members of the Asian/Pacific/Indian Sub-Continent community or are interested in Asian culture. Formed in 1986, ASF seeks to represent, support, and promote the interests of these employees. These goals are accomplished by sponsoring and funding activities that support the organization's mission, representing members' concerns to appropriate university offices, and promulgating appropriate action. ASF strives to develop a supportive network of Asian Americans and their allies in the Stanford community and contribute to a more inclusive Stanford.
ASF IS ON SLACK!
Asian Staff Forum is on Stanford University Slack! If you are currently using Slack as part of your work environment, or would like the opportunity to connect with people across campus, consider downloading Slack to your computer and joining the ASF workspace!
We currently have channels promoting ASF Events, Job Postings, and General. General is your space to connect, post questions, post events targeted to the Asian American community you would like to publicize, and more.
The mission of Stanford Asian Staff Forum (ASF) is to promote the interests of the Asian/Pacific/Indian sub-continent employees at Stanford University, Stanford Hospital and Clinics (SHC), and the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC); and to serve as a vehicle for representing and supporting these employees.