• Historical

  • Historical scholarship provides perspectives on the creation of AANAPISIs.

    • Laanan, F.S., & Starobin, S.S. (2004). Defining Asian American and Pacific Islanderserving Institutions. New Directions for Community Colleges, 127, 49-59.
    • Park, J.J., & Teranishi, R.T. (2008). Asian American and Pacific Islander Serving Institutions: Historical perspectives and future prospects. In M. Gasman, B. Baez, & C.S.V. Turner (Eds.), Understanding Minority-serving Institutions (pp. 111-126). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
    • Park, J.J., & Chang, M.J. (2009). AAPI serving institutions: The motivations and challenges behind seeking a federal designation. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders Policy Practice and Community, 7(2), 107-125.
  • Descriptive

  • Descriptive scholarship provides insight on the types of institutions that receive AANAPISI designation and the resources, academic, and co-curricular activities found within AANAPISI programs.

    • Center for Minority Serving Institutions. (2015). On their own terms: Two-year Minority Serving Institutions. Philadelphia, PA: Author.
    • Center for Minority Serving Institutions. (2015). Striking gold in the golden state: Harnessing the power of Minority Serving Institutions in California. Philadelphia, PA: Author.
    • Congressional Research Service. (2009, March 10). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions. Washington, DC: Author.
    • Congressional Research Service. (2012, March 9). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions. Washington, DC: Author.
    • Congressional Research Service. (2014a, March 21). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions. Washington, DC: Author.
    • Congressional Research Service. (2014b, January 3). Programs for Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) under the Higher Education Act (HEA). Washington, DC: Author.
    • Congressional Research Service. (2015, January 15). Programs for Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) under the Higher Education Act (HEA). Washington, DC: Author.
    • Congressional Research Service. (2016, January 28). Programs for Minority-Serving Institutions under the Higher Education Act. Washington, DC: Author.
    • National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education. (2010). Federal higher education policy priorities and the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. New York, NY: Author.
    • National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education. (2012). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions: Areas of growth, innovation, and collaboration. New York, NY: Author.
    • Teranishi, R.T. (2012). Asian American and Pacific Islander students and the institutions that serve them. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 44(2), 16-22.
    • Teranishi, R.T., & Nguyen, T-L.K. (2012). Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: The changing demography of the United States and implications for education policy. Harvard Asian American Policy Review, 22, 17-27.
    • Teranishi, R.T., Maramba, D.C., & Ta, M.H. (2013). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs). In R.T. Palmer, D.C. Maramba & M. Gasman (Eds.), fostering success of ethnic and racial minorities in STEM: The role of Minority Serving Institutions (pp. 168-180).
  • Policy and Practitioner

  • Policy and practitioner pieces contextualize, position, and raise the national profile of AANAPISIs, AANAPISI programs, and AAPI college students within the field of higher education.

    • Alcantar, C.M., Nguyen, B.M.D., & Maramba, D.C. (2019). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions: The importance of external coalition-building for supporting internal collaboration. New Directions for Student Services, (167), 101-110.
    • Center for Minority Serving Institutions. (2019). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs): A resource guide. Philadelphia, PA: Author.
    • Gutierrez, R.A.E., & Le, A. (2018). (Re)conceptualizing protests: Activism, resistance, and AANAPISIs. Frontier Education, 3(70), 1-7.
    • Hartlep, N.D., & Antrop-González, R.F. (2019). An effective model of mentorship and capacity building: lessons learned and lived out at a Midwest AANAPISI. In R.T. Palmer, D. Preston, & A. Assalone (Eds.). Examining effective practices at Minority-Serving Institutions (pp. 179-197). Cham: Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
    • National Center for Institutional Diversity. (2019). What are AANAPISIs? A series on the opportunity and equity for Asian American & Pacific Islander college students. Retrieved from https://medium.com/national-center-for-institutional-diversity/what-are-aanapisis-bcbe384bc991
    • Nguyen, T.H., & Nguyen, B.M.D. (2019). AANAPISI program directors: Opportunities and challenges. In R.T. Palmer, D. Preston, & A. Assalone (Eds.). Examining effective practices at Minority-Serving Institutions (pp. 161-177). Cham: Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Pimentel, L.M., & Horikoshi, N. (2016). Educational opportunity and the missing minority in higher education: Changing the national narrative of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders by 2040. AAPI Nexus: Policy, Practice and Community, 14(1), 66-77.
    • Teranishi, R.T. (2011). Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions: Areas of growth, innovation, and collaboration. AAPI Nexus: Policy, Practice and Community, 9(1-2), 151-155.
    • Teranishi, R. T., & Alcantar, C. M. (2019). Exploring the impact of AANAPISI grant-funded programs on student experiences and outcomes: A report on UNLV. Washington, DC: APIA Scholars.
    • Teranishi, R.T., Alcantar, C.M., & Underwood, R.A. (2017). AANAPISI leadership: Perspectives from the field. In R.T. Palmer, R. T., D.C. Maramba, A.T. Arroyo, T.O. Allen, T.F. Boykin, & J.M. Lee (Eds.), Effective leadership at Minority-Serving Institutions: Exploring opportunities and challenges for leadership. (pp. 186-198). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Empirical

  • Content under this category provides new insights on the educational outcomes and benefits of AANAPISI programs.

    • Adrian, L. P., Hiyane–Brown, K., & Story, N. O. (2017). Leadership is more than a checklist!: Exploring leadership at AANAPISI community colleges. In R.T. Palmer, D.C. Maramba, A.T. Arroyo, T.O. Allen, T.F. Boykin, & J.M. Lee (Eds.), Effective leadership at Minority-Serving Institutions: Exploring opportunities and challenges for leadership. (pp. 169-185). New York, NY: Routledge.
    • Alcantar, C.M., Pazich, L.B., & Teranishi, R.T. (2019). Meaning-making about becoming a Minority Serving Institution: A case study of Asian-American serving community colleges. The Review of Higher Education, 42(5), 309-335.
    • Campbell, H. E., Hagan, A. M., Hincapie, A. L., Gaither, C., Freeman, M. K., & Avant, N. D. (2020). Racial disproportionality of students in United States colleges of pharmacy. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning12(1), 1-7. 
    • Catallozzi, L.A., Tang, S.S.L., Gabbard, G., & Kiang, P. N. C. (2019). Modeling AANAPISI community college–university collaboration: A case study of Asian American Studiescentered faculty and curriculum development. New Directions for Higher Education, 2019(186), 79-92.
    • Kiang, P., Tang, S., & Seto, M. (2019). AANAPISI perspectives of Asian American veterans in college. New Directions for Higher Education, 2019(186), 49-65.
    • Kiang, P., Tang, S., & Seto, M. (2019). Mission-centered engagement with Asian American student veterans. Journal of Veterans Studies, 4(2), 34-51.
    • Lu, C., & Newton, A. C. I. (2019). Being Black in a sea of color: A phenomenological study exploring Black students' racial experiences at an AANAPISI and emerging HSI. Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity, 5(2), 67-93.
    • Mac, J., Sarreal, A.D., Wang, A.C., & Museus, S.D. (2019). Conditions that catalyze the emergence of Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions. New Directions for Higher Education, 2019(186), 67-77.
    • Martinsen, N. E. (2017). Supporting Pacific Islander student success in higher education through culturally sustaining leadership (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.
    • Museus, S., Wright-Mair, R., & Mac, J. (2018). How Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs) are creating the conditions for students to thrive. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Center for Minority Serving Institutions.
    • National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education. (2013). Partnership for Equity in Education through Research (PEER): Findings from the first year of research on AANAPISIs. New York, NY: Author.
    • National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education. (2014). Measuring the impact of MSI-funded programs on student success: Findings from the evaluation of Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
    • National Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education. (2015). The impact of scholarships for Asian American and Pacific Islander community college students: Findings from an experimental design study. Los Angeles, CA: Author.
    • Nguyen, B.M.D, Nguyen, M.H., & Nguyen, T.L.K. (2014). Advancing the Asian American and Pacific Islander data quality campaign: Data disaggregation practice and policy. Harvard Asian American Policy Review, 24, 55–67.
    • Nguyen, M.H. (2019). Building Capacity at Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI): Cultivating Leaders and Civic Engagement through Federal Policy [Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles].
    • Nguyen, T. H., Nguyen, M. H., Nguyen, B. M. D., Gasman, M., & Conrad, C. (2018). From marginalized to validated: an in-depth case study of an Asian American, Native American and Pacific Islander serving institution. The Review of Higher Education, 41(3), 327-363.
    • Rimando, R.H. (2011). Not overrepresented: The model minority stereotype at an Asian American Native American Pacific Islander serving institution. [Doctoral dissertation, Washington State University].
    • Tang, S.S. (2017). Digital stories in Asian American Studies and co-producer knowledge in AANAPISI contexts. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Center for Minority Serving Institutions.
    • Teranishi, R.T., Alcantar, C.M., Martin, M., & Nguyen, B.M.D. (2015). The return on investment for an AANAPISI-funded program: Outcomes for Asian American and Pacific Islander community college students. Paper presented at the National MSI Return on Investment Convening, Princeton, NJ.
    • Teranishi, R.T. & Kim, V. (2017). The changing demographic landscape of the nation: Perspectives on college opportunities for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The Educational Forum, 81(2), 204-216.
    • Uehara, D.L., Chugen, J., & Staley Raatior, V. (2018). Perceptions of Pacific Islander students in higher education. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 11(2), 182-191.
    • Vang, H. (2018). Minority serving institutions as sites of ethnoracial identity development among Southeast Asian students. (Publication No. 10817392) [Master's Thesis, University of California, Merced]. ProQuest LLC. 
     

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