Portland State is officially an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI), which means that at least 10% of PSU’s undergraduate students identify as AAPI and at least 50% of its students are Pell-eligible.
During national AANAPISI Week (Sept. 25-Oct. 1), our panel explores and celebrates what it means to be an AANAPISI and how a new federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education will increase our capacity to support AAPI student success in service to our whole campus community.
Betty Izumi, professor and interim Associate Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs in the School of Public Health
Michelle Lee, coordinator of Asian, Pacific Islander & Desi Student Services
Toeutu Faaleava, McNair Scholars Program Director
Christian Aniciete ‘10, MBA ‘23, president of API Forward
Taliilagi "Tali" Aumavae, student ambassador, EMPOWER mentor and vice president of the Pacific Islander’s Club
College students, Pacific Islander Americans, Asian Americans, Minorities in higher education
Education | Social Justice
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Izumi, Betty; Lee, Michelle; Faaleava, Toeutu; Aniciete, Christian; and Aumavae, Taliilagi, "Becoming an Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Thriving Institution" (2023). At This Moment Webinar Series. 19.