Asian and Pacific Islander Social Work Educators Association

"Asian & Pacific Islander Social Work Educators Association (APISWEA) is a national organization that represents Asian and Pacific Islander (API) social work educators; discusses issues of concern to social work educators and students; and promotes social work education and research of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the social work context" (APISWEA Updates November 2011, pg.1).

Deadline July 23, 2012! Okura Mental Health Scholarship for Asian and Pacific Islander Social Workers

APISWEA invites applications for the Okura Mental Health Scholarship for Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Social Workers.  This scholarship is funded through the Okura Mental Health Leadership Foundation Grant and is being offered in collaboration with the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

APISWEA Updates for 2011

Learn more about APISWEA, its accomplishments and future intitiatives.

APISWEA Revised Bylaws

APISWEA membership approved revisions to their bylaws at the 2011 CSWE APM.

APISWEA Mentoring Program Sign-Up Form  

APISWEA's Mentoring Program "is designed to create professional and academic mentoring relationships between senior and junior API scholars as a way to further research and scholarship pertaining to API knowledge, and foster collaboration among API scholars" (APISWEA Updates November 2011, pg. 1). To participate as a mentor or mentee, e-mail the form to apiswea@gmail.com.

 

description for APISWEA Shanghai 2011

In June 2011 APISWEA cosponsored a Social Work and Social Policy International Conference in Shanghai, China.

 

 description for Eva Lu 2011 Shanghai Conference

Yuhwa Eva Lu, president of APISWEA, spoke during the opening ceremony of the 2011 Social Work and Social Policy International Conference.