Asian American Research Center
Launched in 2020, the Asian American Research Center at UC Berkeley is a preeminent research center for the study of Asian Americans/Asian diasporas in national, hemispheric, and global contexts. It brings together a vibrant, innovative, and dynamic assemblage of scholars, researchers, policy-makers, community organizers, and cultural producers to address a multiplicity of interests and concerns. The Center works to raise public awareness of Asian American/diaspora issues and advance cutting-edge research, develop innovative curricula, and promote community-campus engagement.
In this Berkeley News interview, Asian American Research Center faculty affiliate Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez explains why there are so many...Read more about Understanding Filipinx Residents of Hawaii
Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health Equity in a Post-Covid Era: Pathways for Advocacy, Leadership, and Research
Sponsored by the National Council of Asian Pacific Islander Physicians and the Asian American Research Center, this one day conference focused on healthy equity and physician leadership post-COVID. Video is now available of the...Read more about Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Health Equity in a Post-Covid Era: Pathways for Advocacy, Leadership, and Research
Lok Siu, chair of the Asian American Research Center, has been named Associate Vice Chancellor for Research at UC Berkeley. Her new term will begin in January 2024; she will serve as the point...Read more about Welcoming Lok Siu as Associate Vice Chancellor for Research