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Addressing AAPl College Students’ Mental Health Needs

By February 4, 2022March 15th, 2024Announcements, News

The Steve Fund and the University of Michigan’s National Center for Institutional Diversity convened a team of experts in Asian American/Pacific Islander history, college students and mental health. 


This committee has outlined a set of recommendations that colleges and universities adopt to better support their Asian American and Pacific Islander college student community. 


The full report, Addressing Asian American/Pacific Islander College Students’ Mental Health Needs: Expert Recommendations, can be read by clicking the link here.

Expert Committee Members:Linh An, Multilingual Learner Specialist for the Hunter College AANAPISI Project; Shyam Gadwal, Vice President of Programs at APIA Scholars; Marcia Liu, Hunter College AANAPISI Project Mental Health Specialist; Sam Museus, Professor of Education Studies at UC San Diego; Anmol Satiani, Assistant Director for Clinical Training at DePaul University; Ian Shin, Assistant Professor of History and American Culture at the University of Michigan; Marie Ting, Associate Director of National Center for Institutional Diversity; Sasha Zhou, Assistant Professor of Public Health at Wayne State University

Watch this video about Anti-Asian Hate & the Mental Health Crisis on College Campuses here


Thanks to Marcia Liu, who shared this information and permitted us to help disseminate.