Author: David Mok

December 2019 Luncheon

Our Luncheon Meeting took place on December 9, 2019, at Engineering Education and Research Center.  We had a prizes and were given away using white elephant rules. Lunch from Mom’s Taste (Korean Food) was served. We wish everyone a great

November 2019 Luncheon

Our Luncheon Meeting took place on November 11, 2019, at Engineering Education and Research Center. Our invited student speakers, Christina Cho, Rebecca Chen, Vida Nwadiei, and Timia Bethea will give a talk titled, “Advocacy & Education on Colorism.” Last fall,

February 2019 Luncheon

Our Luncheon Meeting took place on February 20, 2019, at Gregory Gym Games Room. Our invited speaker, Erika Frahm, from Office of the Associate Vice President for Human Resources, presented Lynda.com and self-learning professional development opportunities available for current students and

January 2019 Luncheon

On January 23, 2019, at Harry Ransom Center Tom Lea Room 3.206. Our invited speaker, Marian Trattner from UT’s Counseling and Mental Health Center lead a workshop on True Colors Facilitation. This workshop gave us a brief look for understanding ourselves

December 2018 Luncheon

We hosted our last 2018 Luncheon on December 4, 2018, at SSB Glenn Maloney Room – G1.310. We had a fun raffle while having a delicious Korean treat from Mom’s Taste.

November 2018 Luncheon

On November 12, 2018 at the Student Activity Center Ballroom.   We enjoyed a lovely luncheon with all members in the URG: AAAFSA – Asian/Asian American Faculty Staff Association BFSA – Black Faculty and Staff Association HFSA – Hispanic Faculty/Staff

October 2018 Luncheon

On October 15, 2018, at SSB Glenn Maloney Room – G1.310. We were pleased to have Melissa Ossian and Thuy Nguyen from UT Staff Toastmaster Club, and for giving  an overview of the club and some exercise tips on public speaking.

September 2018 Welcome Luncheon

Kicking off 2018 at Gregory Gym Games Rooms. Attendees got to meet the new officers, and played activities so we can meet everyone in the room. A lunch from Lunch Palace was served. See the event photos in the AAAFSA