Nominations for the Asian American Awards
"As a student on financial aid and work study I knew the value of every moment at Stanford. I am grateful that the A³C was there to help me. It was a safe and inclusive place where I was valued, challenged, grew, learned, and built community."
Who May Nominate?
Any member of the Stanford community may nominate for one or more of these awards. Members of the Stanford community are also encouraged to nominate across categories by nominating individuals who are not in their respective organizations or spheres of influence (e.g. faculty members may nominate students and vice versa). The Asian American Activities Center Advisory Board members are not allowed to nominate.
There are many individuals in the Stanford Asian American community who have shown great dedication, service and achievement but whose efforts are often overlooked. By honoring these individuals, we remind the larger Stanford community of the continuing growth, diversity and strength of our community as well as the increasing impact of the community not only to Stanford but in communities well beyond campus, especially during this global pandemic. Each award recipient receives a plaque to commemorate the occasion, as well as extensive public recognition.
When to Nominate?
Nominations received by 5PM PST on Monday, February 22, 2021, will be considered for this year’s awards and will remain valid for two academic years.
How to Nominate?
Fill out our online nomination form. Nominators will be required to fill out one nomination form per nominee by 5PM PST on Monday, February 22, 2021. Nominations will be remain active for two years.
Nominations are reviewed by the Asian American Activities Center Advisory Board, which consists of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni who may also gather additional information from the nominee’s colleagues and friends.
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