President - Gloria Chan
Vice President - Yi Fu
Secretary – Angie Nguyen
Treasurer - Kenneth Kim
Programming Chair - Sean Williams
Publicity Chair – Soosup Cha
Membership Chair - Tommy Nguyen
BTG Editor - Keri Marshall
Historian - Jessie Chen
Webmaster – Jack Zhang
Thank you to everyone who came and stay tuned to hear about our upcoming events! ^^
Thank you to everyone who attended all of our events last week! We enjoyed meeting every single one of you and we hope that you had fun as well. Our next event is our Fall Elections! If you are interested in getting even more involved in the organization, it is highly recommended that you run for one of our prestigious positions. A position on the executive board can lead you to many opportunities to learn more about how student organizations operate on campus and looks great on resumes. All positions are up for grabs!
Even if you are not running for a position, we encourage all members to attend so that you may vote on who will be representing YOU this year.
*You must be a paid member of AAA in order to run for a position or participate in the voting. Membership is $5 and you receive a free membership discount card to 24 different restaurants and special member perks all year.*
AAA Fall Elections
Date: Wednesday, September 5
Location: Ballantine Hall 015
President: To execute roles of fellow executive board members, to oversee operations of the Asian American Association, and to represent the Asian American Association at both internal and external events.
Vice President: To fulfill any and all presidential duties when the active president is unable to do so, as well as to aid the president in achieving his or her objectives.
Treasurer: To manage and maintain financial accounts for the Asian American Association.
Secretary: To keep records of executive board meeting minutes and manage member accounts.
Historian: To document internal and external events for the Asian American Association and combine them at the end of the year.
Membership Chair: To recruit members and maintain membership activities throughout the year in addition to establishing relationships with other Asian American Associations or similar organizations at neighboring schools and universities.
Programming Chair: To plan and organize the annual Fashion Show; to collaborate with the Membership Chair in designing involving member activities and events.
Culture Chair: To plan and organize the annual Taste of Asia; to aid the rest of the board in spreading cultural awareness and the Asian American Association’s public support for causes or events such as Asian Pacific American month
Publicity Chair: To promote AAA events by producing flyers and utilizing the appropriate
Bridging the Gap Editor: To contribute to, edit, and publish Bridging the Gap, the official Asian American Association newsletter.
Webmaster: To create and maintain the Asian American Association’s website and social media accounts with up-to-date information and calendar of events.
If you are unable to attend the elections and would like to run for a position, please e-mail us at with a PowerPoint slide introducing who you are and why you are running for the position. Hope to see everyone there!
Hello everyone! I hope everyone had a wonderful summer! AAA is back and running, and we have many events planned for both our old and new members. Here is what is coming up:
Asian Culture Center Asian Fest
Thursday, August 23
Dunn Meadow Stop by our booth and learn all about AAA and what we do.
Student Involvement Fair
Wednesday, August 29
Dunn Meadow If you missed us at the ACC Asian Fest, come say hi to us at this huge event.
AAA First Mast Meeting
Wednesday, August 29
Ballantine Hall 015
FREE FOOD! Our first mass meeting of the year, we will be introducing AAA in detail and have a chance to get to know new and old members.
Bubble Tea and Games Night
Thursday, August 30
Asian Culture Center Come join us as we sip on some delicious bubble tea and play various games!
Friday, August 31
Campus View Shelter Hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, drinks, music, fun, and games. Why WOULDN’T you come?
Wednesday, September 3
Ballantine Hall 015 Interested in getting even more involved in AAA? Come to the elections and run for one of our prestigious positions! ALL positions are up for grabs. Even if you are not running for a position, we encourage all members to attend so that you may vote on who will be representing YOU this year.
All of our events are FREE so make sure to attend one or all of them! Please e-mail if you have any questions or comments.
To all of our female members majoring in business! Here is a great opportunity for you:
The Asian Women In Business Scholarship encourages and promotes exceptional Asian female students who have demonstrated scholarship, leadership, community service and/ or entrepreneurship. The AWIB Scholarship Fundawards scholarships to students who have the attributes to be our next generation of leaders.
Candidates for the scholarship must be female of Asian (includes those who can trace their ancestry from Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam) orPacific Islander ancestry.
Candidates must also fulfill the following criteria to be considered:
Have at least one or more of the following:
a) demonstrated a leadership role in a community endeavor and/or b) a record of entrepreneurial achievement
Enrolled full-time in an accredited four-year undergraduate institution in the U.S. at the time of application and award. Please be advised that this scholarship is for currently enrolled undergraduates who have completed at least one semester.
Carry a minimum of 3.0 (out of 4.0) GPA at the time of application (H.S. credit/grades do not count towards this scholarship)
Provide most recent college transcript; semi-finalists will be required to provide their official college transcript
Applications will be accepted until the August 1, 2012 deadline. For more information or to apply, go to www.awib.org/scholarship.
For more information, please visit the AWIB Scholarship Fund Frequently Asked Questions page. If you further have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us at 212-868-1368. You may also write to us at .