Asian in America: Representation, Activism, and Mental Health

Dec 10 2016 (All day)

 Please join us for this one-day conference at Princeton University for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and alumni, and their guests.  

·         Share in this multigenerational dialogue about mental health in the context of individuals, families, and American society.

·         Join us as we break the silence around mental health in Asian communities. 

·         Join us as we tell and bear witness to stories about Asian/Asian-American experiences within the Princeton Community.  

·         Share in the experiences of Asian-American activists. 

Register here.

 This conference is created in collaboration with student and alumni groups, by co-planners, Calvin Chin, Ph.D., Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, and Jasmine Ueng-McHale, Ph.D. (Class of '97), and co-sponsored by the Fields Center, Office of the Vice President of Campus Life, the Campus Conversations on Identity Program, the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Asian American Students Association (AASA), and Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton.

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