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AACC Community Feedback Request

Dear Students Connected with the Asian Community,
 
In an effort to gather input broadly from across the AACC community, the Yale College Deans Office would appreciate your sharing any thoughts or ideas you may have to help guide us in our efforts to support and enhance the students experience associated with the AACC. Please do so here: https://yalesurvey.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3TR3QOBJgCxwj1X 

As you are no doubt aware, we will be looking to bring new professional staff (Director and Assistant Director) on board for the next academic year, and it will be helpful to provide the new staff a sense of the ideas, thoughts and concerns from the community they will be working with next year.
 
Also, as the Senior Associate Dean and Yale College, who oversees the Cultural Centers on campus, it is helpful for me to have an understanding of what is on your minds, so that I may better support the new team at the AACC, and see what ideas and issues may cut across the experience of students at Yale. So, if you are able to join us this evening at the AACC and share your thoughts in person that would be very welcomed. However, if your schedule does not allow you to be present, I wanted to make sure that we had an opportunity to hear from a wide spectrum of the community about this important resource and connection point for students.
 
Thank you in advance for your help, and best of luck with your final work!
 
Sincerely,
 
Dean Howard-
 
Burgwell J. Howard
Assoc. Vice President for Student Life
Dean of Student Engagement
Yale University


 
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