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Dear Colleagues,  

On Tuesday, March 16, 2021, an assailant traveled to three Asian-owned massage parlors in Atlanta and senselessly ended the lives of eight people, six of whom were women of Asian descent. The Asian Staff Forum and the Filipino American Community at Stanford express our sorrow and alarm at this tragedy, and our hearts and thoughts go out to the families of the victims. 

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!

For more information on how to download Slack, register your account, and support, please visit the UIT Website for information on the Stanford Slack Grid.

To join the ASF space, you can either join online here or search for "Asian Staff Forum" in the "Find More Workspaces" in the Stanford workspaces. Submit a request to join, and we will approve it.

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.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Cindy Cho.

About ASF

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

The goals of ASF are:

  • To support and fund activities which support the mission of the organization.
  • To present the concerns of the membership to appropriate parties and to encourage their resolution.
  • To develop a supportive network of Asian Americans in the Stanford community.
  • To participate in the development of a multicultural community at Stanford.
  • To promote the development of each member's career, self-imaging and self-marketing.