Food for Thought, part of the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relation's Lunch on Us series, is a weekly noontime discussion focused on topics relevant to the Asian American community. Past discussions include topics such as nutrition, mental health, sexual health, and issues of queer Asian Americans.
Spring 2018 Food For Thought Schedule
February 27: "Happy Hour: Exploring Drinking Culture and College Success" -Counseling Center
March 6: "Devon: South Asians in Chicago"- Reeti Patel, Hermia Soo Intern, Asian American Cultural Center
March 13: "Engaging in Student Leadership and Pursuing my Passions after College" - Simi Sandhu, UI Alum
March 27: "Migration of Japanese Farmers in the South" - Megan White, Ph.D Student in History
April 3: "Holi: Festival of Colors" - Annika Kulkarni, President of ASHA for Education
April 10: "Are you Allergic to tests? Strategies to cope with Test Anxiety"- Counseling Center
April 17: "Simplify your Stress" - Jennifer Halls-Carson, Wellness Promotion Specialist and Stress Management Coordinator, McKinley Health Center
April 24: "Striving for Servant Leadership: a Journey through Government and Politicis"- Anna Hui, Recipient 2018 Outstanding Asian American Alumni Award
Paid for in part by Student Cultural Programming Fee. For complete listing of OIIR’s Lunch on Us program, view the full schedule.