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The Asian, Hispanic and Native American Center extends a warm welcome to all students, faculty, staff and friends.
The Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center (AHNAC),
the youngest cultural center at Wright State University, was created in the Fall of 1997
to support the academic, social, and cultural needs of Asian, Hispanic, and Native
American students, faculty and staff at the University. It also serves as an informational
resource center regarding the Asian, Hispanic, Native American experience and creates an
appreciation and understanding of the
Be a part of the Center:
The Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center is located in 144 Allyn and is open to the entire Wright State University community and the Dayton community. We invite you to become involved with us, to volunteer your time, and share your ideas. For further information about the Center, please contact Mai Nguyen, director, or Shannon Wagner, secretary, at (937) 775-2798, or e-mail Mai.Nguyen@wright.edu, and/or Shannon.Wagner@wright.edu.
In the summer of 1997, the Asian, Hispanic, and
Native American students, being unrepresented and unable to voice their concerns which
lead to a negative view of their experience of student life at Wright State University,
appeared before the University Strategic Planning Council at its open forums, and in
meetings with President Harley Flack, to present their concerns and pleas for the
establishment of the long awaited cultural center to address their needs.
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