Trying to navigate cultural expectations of being Asian/Asian American and queer in grad school?
Want practical skills to help navigate an intersectional identity?
Looking to meet other grad students in the queer and API community?
The A3C is hosting its last Grad Life workshop of Winter Quarter, Q-mmunities: Finding Community Among Queer and Asian/Asian American Grad Students, on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, from 5:30-7pm (dinner provided) at the A3C Couchroom, 2nd floor Old Union Clubhouse.
We will be having Dr. Marissa Floro (She/Her), Program Manager and Psychologist at the Weiland Health Initiative leading the workshop! If you have specific concerns you'd like her to address, please include them in the RSVP link.
Grad Life is a series that aims to provide Asian American graduate students with resources to sustain positive mental wellness. Each workshop is led by trained professionals that inform students about mental health and wellness issues and connect students to campus resources. Grad Life is sponsored by the Asian American Activities Center, a University Department under the Vice provost for Student Affairs. Click here to learn more!