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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Events » Feb. 29: Heman Sweatt Continues with The Asian American Male Experience

Feb. 29: Heman Sweatt Continues with The Asian American Male Experience

New research and the disaggregation of achievement data have begun to debunk the “model minority myth” that portrays Asian American and Pacific Islander students as a homogenous group of high achievers.  Educational outcomes for this group of students differ according to ethnicity, socioeconomic status, parental education, immigration status and language.  Additionally, a recent College Board report indicates that that immigrant Asian/Pacific Islander girls have positive attitudes about education in the U.S. due to perceived opportunities for gender equality, while boys perceive a loss of status in the U.S. because “they lack qualities associated with the form of masculinity most often valued in U.S. society.” The second session of the Sweatt Symposium will focus on The Asian American Male Experience. Come listen to three notable researchers and scholars discuss the challenges facing Asian American and Pacific Islander males on Feb. 29, in John Hargis Hall at 1823 Red River. A reception begins at 5 p.m. with the panel discussion getting underway at 6 p.m.


  • Mitchell Chang, professor, Division of Higher Education and Organizational Change, University of California – Los Angeles. Dr. Chang’s presentation “From Lin-visible toward Lin-sanity: Asian American Men in Higher Education” will highlight how negative gendered stereotypes put Asian males at greater risk of being bullied and harassed and how some students are addressing this problem.
  • Eric Tang (moderator), assistant professor, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, Center for African and African American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Robert T. Teranishi, associate professor, Department of Higher Education, New York University

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