API Achievements

Below you'll find our post category archive. Note that many titles will have , , and at the end of the text. These help identify pages, posts, and events representing our three core values: Community, Thriving, and Wellness. To learn more about this, read about our Action Plan. These also all help support our #ActForInclusion.

erika hayasaki

Erika Hayasaki awarded Knight-Wallace Reporting Fellowship

Erika Hayasaki, associate professor of English in UCI’s Literary Journalism Program, has been named a University of Michigan Knight-Wallace Reporting Fellow for the 2021-2022 academic year. She is among 11 journalists who will participate in a remote fellowship to pursue and publish in-depth reporting projects examining pressing public challenges.

2021-22 Hellman Fellows

UCI NEWS | Seven faculty members named 2021-22 Hellman Fellows ★


UCI Podcast: What it means to be an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution

In UCI’s fifth year of being AANAPISI, Joseph Morales breaks down why this designation is important now

Athlete Kayla Richardson

In Their Own Words: Kayla Richardson

Kayla shares her story as a member of both the AAPI & Black communities.

After-Lives of War

Homescapes/Warscapes 25/30

The UCI Department of Asian American Studies (AAS) and the Southeast Asian Archives (SEAA) are both marking important milestones during the 2016-2017 academic year. AAS is turning 25 years old and the SEAA is turning 30. The archive has a remarkable collection of primary sources on the resettlement of Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, and Vietnamese peoples after the wars in Southeast Asia. This premier institution attracts scholars from around the world and also has an extensive outreach program to UCI students and the local Orange County communities. To commemorate our joint anniversaries, we are sponsoring a year-long celebration entitled “Homescapes/Warscapes 25/30.” The concept of…