Join us for a special event and discussion with Committee of 100 and associations of Asian/Chinese American faculty/staff at eleven universities on two reports that focus on Chinese Americans and society today.
Committee of 100 President, Zhengyu Huang, will present findings from Committee of 100’s commissioned research From Foundations to Frontiers: Chinese American Contributions to the Fabric of America, which examines the multifaceted Chinese American contributions across U.S. society for more than 175 years.
Mr. Huang’s presentation will be followed by legal scholar Andrew Chongseh Kim, who will discuss a recent study, co-led by Committee of 100 and Mr. Kim, which provides empirical data that individuals, particularly those with Chinese or Asian names are disproportionately and adversely impacted under the Economic Espionage Act and China Initiative.
The presentations will be followed by a facilitated discussion.
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Committee of 100
University of Michigan Association of Chinese Professors (UM-ACP)
Case Western Reserve University Asian Faculty Association (CWRU AFA)
University at Albany Association of Chinese Professionals (UA-ACP)
University of Arizona Faculty of Chinese Heritage Association (UAFCHA)
The Association of Chinese Professors at Tulane University
Iowa State University Chinese Faculty and Staff Association (ISU CFSA)
University of Georgia Association of Chinese American Professors (UG ACAP)
Columbia University Asian faculty Association (CU AFA)
Association of Chinese Professors at Florida State University
Faculty and Staff of Chinese Heritage Association at University of Notre Dame
University of Maryland Association of Chinese-American Professors and Scientists (ACAPS)