Support the Asian American Studies Program Fund – Deadline Soon!
June 24, 2014 § Leave a comment
At about $225,000 the Asian American Studies Program Fund is not yet at the June 30th goal of $250,000, but we already have tremendous news to report! Participation has been broad and deep. Donors hail from both the US and abroad. Simultaneously, undergraduate and graduate alumni donors represent classes from the 1960’s to the 2010’s. Most notably President Eisgruber has made a personal donation to the Fund as a show of support. Current undergraduates, faculty, friends, and trustees are also pitching in to help support programming and research in AAS.
But we are pushing to make up the last $25,000 to show the administration just how strong support for this program is. If you know anyone who might want to donate to the fund, please give them the information below! Donors could be alums, parents, or even people not affiliated to the university.
Every gift, regardless of size, is a show of support to the Administration, which is also doing its part for AAS by hiring faculty and encouraging the development of a track in the Program in American Studies. Please help us reach our goal! For more information about the Fund and details of how to donate, please contact Jeanie Kim of the Development Office at email@example.com. You can also see our report on Asian American Studies here and our video for the fund here.
Thank you and sorry for how much of a blatant advertising campaign this is!
Asian American Studies Committee, AASA