Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month
Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated in May throughout the United States to recognize the contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and celebrate the group's heritage and culture.
On campus, we celebrate with a month of events planned by our wonderful multicultural organizations between the middle of October to mid-November, so that more students will be on campus to join in the festivities!
2020 Calendar of Events
October 19, 2020 at 7 PM
FSA: Kinikilala Webinar (Virtual - Zoom)
Link will be posted on Instagram (@BaylorFSA).
October 26, 2020 at 6:30 PM
Movie Mondays at the Waco Hippodrome - "Yellow Rose"
Presented by Department of Multicultural Affairs and the Coalition of Asian Students
Tickets are FREE, but required for entry and must be picked up through the Waco Hippodrome's Box Office either in-person or online.
Dinner and concessions are available in the theatre.
October 27, 2020 at 6 PM
Neighbor Night (Virtual - Instagram)
featuring the Indian Student Subcontinent Association
Neighbor Nights feature different cultures and stories from students. We will be streaming students from the ISSA cooking traditional Indian cuisine from our Instagram (@baylorma1845).
November 6, 2020 at 7 PM
AsianFest (Virtual - Twitch)
Presented by Baylor University's Asian Student Association
The annual AsianFest Culture Show is a celebration of Asian Culture through a showcase of performances by vairous Asian acts. Everyone is welcome!
November 7, 2020 at 2 PM
Esports Tournament (Virtual - Battlefy)
November 11, 2020 at 6 PM
Asian-Pacific Heritage Month Young Leaders Panel (Virtual - Zoom)
Sponsored by the office of External Affairs
November 18, 2020 at 2 PM
Our Voices (Virtual - Zoom)
Sponsored by the Dean for Student Development, the Paul L. Foster Success Center, and the Academy for Teaching & Learning
Our Voices is a series of panel discussions providing opportunity for faculty to better understand their diverse students in order to create stronger learning communities within the classroom.
Yoshiko Fujii Gaines, Senior Lecturer in Japanese, Department of Modern Languages & Cultures
Elijah Jeong, Doctoral Student in Higher Education Studies and Leadership, School of Education
Dr. Jerry Z. Park, Associate Professor, Sociology
Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor and George W. Baines Chair, Religion
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our office.