The Pacific Islander Awareness Week is this week!! They have a lot of exciting events planned out for this whole week, so go out there and support!! You can get more information about all the events HERE!!!
AASA Member Meeting:
We will be hosting our next member meeting on Friday, March 22, 2013. It will be at the same place as usual, the Union CORC Room. We will begin at 2:00PM. We have a lot of exciting announcements for you all about our upcoming next big event: Asian American Awareness Week. I hope to see you all there!!! <3 <3
Rock the U:
Rock the U is powered by more than 30 energized student leaders and is a campus-wide, dance marathon aimed at aiding and supporting cancer research. All proceeds go to Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF) to directly benefit cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). When you register for this event, please register under AASA. This event will take place on Friday, March 22, 2013. I hope a lot you can make it to this event!!
The Asian Festival:
The annual Asian Festival is taking place on June, 8, 2013 at the South Towne Expo Center (9575 South State Street, Sandy, Utah 84070). There will be delicious foods, lots of games, and amazing performances. If you guys would like to perform something there, then please click HERE!! for application process. :D
The Premed Conference is held on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at the University Guesthouse. There are lots of suture clinic and vital sign workshops. The registration fee is only $10 and you MUST pay to complete the registration. This conference is open for U of U (current, prospective and post-bachelor students), Westminister, and SLCC students.
Shriner's Children's Hospital Service:
The hospital is hosting their event on March 30, 2013. They are in need of volunteers!! I have attached a flyer with more information and you can sign up there as well. You can look into the information on the flyer and chose a shift or two and email you name, phone number, your shift, and your t-shirt size to firstname.lastname@example.org
The scholarship supports qualified undergraduate students who are members of a Native American Tribe recognized by the United States Government, undergraduate students who demonstrate experience or commitment to working with the Asian American, Pacific Islander, or African American communities.