The Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) issued a press release on July 6 to promote Mental Health Awareness in Communities of Color Month.
Welcome to the University of Washington Southeast Asian Community, Education & Leadership Network web site. The purpose of this site is to centralize the Southeast Asian-focused resources available on the UW Seattle campus. We understand the university can be a challenging environment for those coming from Southeast Asian communities and difficult to navigate for anyone who is new to the campus.
We are excited to launch our inaugural web site to share the ongoing developments of Southeast Asian current events and relevant information. We recognize the need to provide guidance for these students to find academic, social, community and cultural support systems. This site is also dedicated to serving the needs of Southeast Asian staff, faculty and communities.
For more information, please contact Linda Ando and Chanira Reang Sperry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Meet HtooShar Mon
Admissions Counselor, Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment
Get to know a little more about HtooShar, an admissions counselor on the Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment team in the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity.
Undergraduate Degree: B.A. Business Administration – Professional Accounting, B.A. Business Administration – General Management
Why the UW?: “The University of Washington is an institution that embraces and values inclusivity. It is an institution that empowers and challenges students to be leaders and strive to create an environment that promotes innovation and leadership. Students will not only be supported academically, but they will have a sense of community and be equipped to find their passion in life.”