AASU brochure

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AASU brochure
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English
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Asian American Student Union
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Asian American Student Union
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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President
Megan Vu
president.aasu@,qmail.com
Internal Vice President
Alyssa Wang
ivp.aasu(@qmail.com
External Vice President
Kevin Chiu
evp.aasu(@qmail.com
Vice President of Education
Vi Ho
vpe.aasu(@qmail.com
Treasurer
Michael Satyapor
treasurer.aasu@,gmail.com
Secretary
Monica Tirtarahardja
secretary.aasu@,qmail.com


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Sub-Organizations in AASU

The Korean Undergraduate Student
Association (KUSA) allows students to
experience Korea's rich history and learn
about the lifestyles different from mainstream
America. This common interest of Korean
culture allows students to divulge in enduring
friendships through community service
projects, competitive intramural sports, and
exciting social events.

The Filipino Student Association (FSA) is
an organization that gives all students,
Filipino or not, the opportunity to become
part of a family. FSA is a home away from
home where you will build friendships that
will last for a lifetime. Dance in huge events
such as Def Talent Jam, the biggest Asian
party in the Southeast, in November; Barrio
Fiesta in March; or VISA talent show in April.

The Vietnamese Student Organization
(VSO) is, first and foremost, a place where
students can unite to meet people who share
similar interests. As a family, we support,
encourage, and motivate each other. We are
each others anh's, chi's, and em's (or
brothers and sisters). Together we not only
organize events but we help each other grow
and mature. College is the best time of our
lives. Let's experience it as a FAMILY! v


Health Educated Asian Leaders (HEAL) is
an organization of students representing
various health related fields at UF. We are
here to bring together students pursuing a
career in Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry,
Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, and Physical
and Occupational Therapy. We welcome all
interested individuals to get involved.

The Chinese American Student Association
(CASA) is a "for student" and "by student"
organization. The Chinese American
organization strives to promote the Chinese
and Chinese American heritage at the
University of Florida campus and in the
Gainesville community through social and
community events.




IAASU WeekI

SAVE THE DATE
March 21-25, 2011


AASU 18th Birthday Bash
AASU Showcase
Speakers, entertainers and more!
*Put on by AASU FLP


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Feel free to ask any of the offic ers questions that you may have. We are here for YOU! Go Gators and Go AASU! P lease visit our website for more details or feel free to contact any of the officers on the adjacent page. www.ufaasu.com Facebook! Thank you and we hope that you can get involved and take part of our future events! NT UNION @ UF The Asian American Student Union seeks to promote Asian and Asian American Awareness at the University of campus about Asian American issues, history, and culture through President Megan Vu president.aasu@gmail.com Internal Vice President Alyssa Wang ivp.aasu@gmail.com External Vice President Kevin Chiu evp.aasu@gmail.com Vice President of Education Vi Ho vpe.aasu@gmail.com Treasurer Michael Satyapor treasurer.aasu@gmail.com Secretary Monica Tirtarahardja secretary.aasu@gmail.com 2010 2011 AASU EXECUTIVE BOARD THE ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION @ UF

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www.ufaasu.com The Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA ) allows students to experience Korea's rich history and learn about the lifestyles different from mainstream America. This common interest of Korean culture allows students to divulge in enduring friendships through community service projects, competitive intramural sports, and exciting social events. The Filipino Student Association (FSA ) is an organ ization that gives all students, Filipino or not, the opportunity to become part of a family. FSA is a home away from home where you will build friendships that will last for a lifetime. Dance in huge events such as Def Talent Jam, the biggest Asian party in the Southeast, in November; Barrio Fiesta in March; or VISA talent show in April. The Vietnamese Student Organization (VSO ) is, first and foremost, a place where students can unite to meet people who share similar interests. As a family, we support, encourage, and motivate each other. We are each others anh's, chi's, and em's (or brothers and sisters). Together we not only org anize events but we help each other grow and mature. College is the best time of our CASA HEAL THE ASIAN AMERICAN STUDENT U NION @ UF VSO KUSA Health Educated Asian Leaders (HEAL ) is an organization of students representing various health related fields at UF. We are h ere to bring together students pursuing a career in Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, and Physical and Occupational Therapy. We welcome all interested individuals to get involved. The Chinese American Student Association (CASA) is a "for student" and "by student" organization. The Chinese American organization strives to promote the Chinese and Chinese American heritage at the University of Florida campus and in the Gainesville community through social and community events. Sub Organizations in AASU Other Programs: Freshman Leadership Program (FLP) Asian Kaleidoscope Month (during Fall) Southeast Regional Conference of Asian American Leaders (SERCAAL) AASU Week (during Spring) AASU Week SAVE THE DATE March 21 25, 2011 AASU 18 th Birthday Bash AASU Showcase Speakers, entertainers and more! *Put on by AASU FLP