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Call for Nominations - Stanford Asian American Awards 2018

The Stanford Asian American Awards was created by the Asian American Activities Center (A3C) Advisory Board which serves as an advocacy board to the Asian, Asian American, and larger Stanford communities.  This award ceremony gathers together members of the Stanford community and recognizes individuals for their tremendous service, achievement, and dedication.  Please feel free to forward it to others who might be interested in nominating someone.  We welcome nominations for any categories for undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Who May Nominate?
Any member of the Stanford Community may nominate for one or more of these awards.  Nominators are encouraged to also consider nominating across each category.

Why Nominate? 
These are individuals involved in the Asian American community at Stanford who deserve to be recognized for their dedication and contributions to the community.

When to Nominate? 
please submit nominations by Monday, February 26, 2018

Recent Blog

Dear ASF,

Welcome to the last day of Fiscal Year 2017, and the soon to begin Fiscal Year 2018! I wanted to reflect on this past year for Asian Staff Forum and highlight we are looking for new volunteers to join our Board for FY18.

Looking back at FY17, all I can say is “wow.” We have over 1000 members on our mailing list! Thanks to our enthusiastic Board and to you, we hosted 18 events – an amazing number. Some of our event highlights include:

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.