Awards in Asian American Studies
These awards honor and recognize outstanding students in Asian American Studies. Undergraduate students are formally nominated by faculty in the spring quarter and then approved by the Committee on Asian American Awards.
- Outstanding Achievement in Asian American Studies is presented to graduating seniors who excel in AAS coursework and foster initiatives and demonstrate leadership, both within the classroom and in co-curricular activities sponsored by the Asian American Studies Program.
- Distinguished Essay in Asian American Studies is presented to students who have written the best essays on any topic related to Asian American studies.
- Good Citizenship in Asian American Studies is presented to students who actively and regularly participate in activities sponsored by the Asian American studies program and honors their meaningful contribution towards community building.
- Asian American Community Summer Fellowship awards one or more Asian American Studies Majors or Minors a $4,000 grant to pursue an internship at a non-profit community organization that serves the Asian American community.