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Upcoming Events – Asian American Center

Carolina Family Weekend Open House

Salutations Carolina Families! You are cordially invited to our interactive open house on Friday, October 7th from 1-3pm. Learn all about The AAC, including the resources and opportunities that we provide.  You will also hear more about our upcoming projects … Continued

AAC Council of Student Organizations Lunch

Did you know that The AAC has a Council of Student Organizations that all Asian American interest student groups on campus are invited to join? Our first event is on Friday, October 7th where a networking lunch will be provided … Continued


Coker Arboretum Walking Tour

Coker Arboretum

Please join the Asian American Center at Coker Arboretum for a walking tour and discussion on the intersections of horticulturalist naming practices with Asian American history and experiences.

The event is scheduled for Sunday, October 16th from 12-1pm.

Refreshments will be provided so pre-register to reserve yours:


Keohane Distinguished Lecture Picnic

Picnic with us on Thursday, October 27th at 6:30pm! Afterward, we will walk over to the Carolina Inn for Dr. Pawan Dhingra's Keohane Distinguished Lecture at 7:30pm. We are located at 215 West Cameron Avenue (entrance faces Wilson Street). Register … Continued

AAC Fellows Talk: Dr. April Manalang

What role has God and/or church played in coping with Anti-Asian hate and COVID among Filipina nurses who possess a faith commitment and worked on the front lines of the pandemic? Anti-Asian spiked 145% in 2020, during the height of … Continued


Stone Center’s Author Discussion Series: Nitasha Sharma

Stone Center’s Author Discussion Series Hawai′i Is My Haven – Race and Indigeneity in the Black Pacific by Nitasha Sharma November 10, 3:30-5:00p | Virtual Event (Zoom Webinar) Nitasha Sharma, Professor of African American Studies and Asian American Studies at … Continued


AAC Fellow Performance/Talk: Christina Lai & Ina Liu

The Meditation Christina Lai & Ina Liu bring us The Meditation, narratives of Asian American Pacific Islander women, moving from the dichotomous to the complex through music and art. Christina Lai is a pianist who finds passion in all fields of … Continued