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Call Out for Video Submissions

What: Video Contest
Theme: “How do you see diversity on campus?”
Who can submit: Open to IU Undergraduate Students
When: Spring 2016

The Asian Pacific American and Latino Faculty and Staff Councils on the Bloomington campus with the support of Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity (OVPDEMA), are excited to announce this student video contest. Winning videos will be showcased at the joint conference on April 6, 2016!

A distinguished panel of students, faculty, and alumni will select the top three submissions and prizes will be awarded ($500, $250, $100). The video must stay true to the topic, be created by a student or student group, and be no more than 30 seconds in length. Please stay tuned for more information this spring. In the meantime, if you have any questions please email lfasc@indiana.edu or apafsc@indiana.edu.


Save the Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2016, Noon to 5 p.m.

On behalf of the Asian Pacific American and Latino Faculty and Staff Councils on the Bloomington campus, we are excited to announce a joint half-day conference on “Productive Differences: Reaching Across Divides.”

This spring conference brings together students, staff, and faculty from across IU campuses to build and build on connections, conversations and committed action related to research, teaching, learning, and life skills in diversity.

More information coming soon.


Steering Committee: The Asian-Pacific American Faculty and Staff Council (APAFSC)

  • Teresa Kang - East Asian Studies Center, School of Global and International Studies
  • Sachiko Koyama - Psychology and Brain Sciences
  • Joan Pong Linton - English, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Rita Patel - Speech and Hearing, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Harmeet Sahwney Singh - Telecommunications, School of Media
  • Samrat Upadhyay - English, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Liana Zhou, Chair - Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction