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Programming

 

About the Programming Team

Going to college is all about getting your education, but along the way there are a lot of great things to experience. ASI’s Programming team puts on a wide array of different events and activities on campus each year for students to experience that help keep campus feeling fun and alive. Programming is composed of four parts that work together to provide this variety of experiences and opportunities. We encourage you to come out to events, participate in activities, and get involved!

 

We are currently accepting applications for the ASI Street Team.

Association for InterCultural Awareness

The Association for Inter-Cultural Awareness (AICA) is the part of Programming that plans events to highlight, celebrate, and educate students about culture and diversity. Through performances, showcases, festivals, and experiences that bring out a variety of culture based student organizations and campus departments, AICA gives students and the campus community the chance to come together to learn, grow, and appreciate one another. AICA also serves as a funding source for events hosted by culture based student organizations on campus.

ASI Programming Board

The ASI Programming Board covers the entertainment part of ASI programming and hosts many weekly, biweekly, and special events on campus that give students something fun to look forward to, a chance to relieve some of the stress that comes along with being in school, or just something to do while taking a break between classes. Events range from things like karaoke and open mic to film screenings and concerts and also include special events around midterms and finals and even the biggest event of the year, Spring Concert.

Street Team

Street Team is the volunteer program of Programming and supports all of our events and activities while also giving students a place to get involved with ASI. Students interested in getting involved, helping plan and run events, learning about leadership opportunities and leadership skills, or just making new friends are encouraged to join. Street Team meetings happen each week.

Virtual Concerts

We continue the tradition of highlighting up and coming musical artist that bring a sense community to our student body. This semester we will be hosting these programs virtually. We will continue to bring high quality talent to perform their music but we will also add an interaction aspect where students will be able to interact with the band directly after the performance.

Speak Yo Truth

Speak Yo Truth is a spoken word open mic event that allows students to express themselves in a positive, and constructive way. During these difficult times especially, ASI Programming wants to make a space where students can feel safe and brave to share how they are doing through poetry. This semester we will be using zoom as the platform and allow students to be creative in the ways they feel most comfortable.

Titan Talks

Titan Talks is a new program that where student leaders have conversations with CSUF alumni that have unique professions, skills and knowledge that will bring an interesting new perspective to current students on many different topics. These programs will be virtual through platforms like zoom and there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask question to these speakers during the event.

All Night Study

This year unlike any other year, ASI Programming Board will be creating a virtual end of the year celebration for the students of Cal State Fullerton. We will bring new and unique programs for students to enjoy the end of the semester and create virtual spaces and programs that will help alleviate the stresses of Finals week. All Night Study is a tradition unlike anywhere other campus and we will continue to provide this for the students.

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Events Held Last Semester

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Programming Student Leaders

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Attendees at the 2017 Spring Concert

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Participants in Fall 2017

Meet the Programming Team

All of the events and activities of Programming are planned and put on by students just like you. These students apply and are selected for these yearlong positions in the middle of the spring semester for the following school year. Students in these positions go through trainings starting in the summer and learn the ins and outs of planning events and activities.

Zaynab Alhakawati
Zaynab Alhakawati
Program Coordinator
Namoi Jost
Naomi Jost
Program Coordinator
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Melissa Medaris
Program Director
Trang Tran
Trang Tran
Program Coordinator
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Vacant Position
Program Coordinator
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Vacant Position
AICA Student at Large
Drew Cude
Drew Cude
Program Coordinator
Luz Luevano
Luz Luevano
AICA Chair
Jordan Murphy
Jordan Murphy
Program Coordinator
Bernice Vences
Berenice Vences
Program Coordinator
Michelle Ayala
Michelle Ayala
AICA Vice Chair
Kira Dawson
Kira Dawson
Program Coordinator
Willa Madrid
Willa Madrid
Program Coordinator
Alma Salgado
Alma Salgado
AICA Diversity Chair
Charissa Yuen
Charissa Yuen
Program Coordinator
Samantha Leggis
AICA Events Coordinator
Jacob Fry
Jacob Fry
Program Director
Mona Makum
Mona Makam
AICA Student at Large
Cristian Sanchez
Cristian Sanchez
Program Coordinator
Maroun Zakhia
Maroun Zahkia
Program Coordinator
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Vacant Position
AICA Student at Large

Upcoming Events

Want to know what’s coming up? Check out the lists of upcoming events below!

Virtual Concerts

Below are dates for our forthcoming virtual concerts. Artist information, concert time, and links to specific social media platforms will be updated as they become available.

 

September 4

September 24

October 16

October 22

November 13

December 11

Titan Talks

Below are dates for our forthcoming Titan Talks. Speaker information, event time, and links to specific social media platforms will be updated as they become available.

 

September 15

October 20

November 10

December 8

December 16

Speak Yo Truth

Below are dates for our forthcoming Speak Yo Truth events. Speaker information, event time, and links to specific social media platforms will be updated as they become available.

 

September 22

October 2

November 6

December 4

Street Team Meetings

Below are dates for our forthcoming Street Team meetings. Specific meeting details, including times and virtual location links, will be updated as they become available.

 

August 31

September 14

September 28

October 12

October 26

November 9

November 30

December 7

Cooking with Titans

Below is the date for our forthcoming Cooking with Titans segment. Specific details, including times and virtual location links, will be updated as they become available.

 

November 19

All Night Study

Virtual All Night Study will occur December 14-17, as we wrap of the 2020 Fall Semester. Information and links will be posted here as they become available.

Virtual Resource Page

Student engagement activities are an essential part of the Titan Experience. The ASI Programming Team has been working hard to provide CSUF students with a variety of online activities to keep them involved in student life away from campus. See below for a number of virtual activities that they have put together.

 

  • Music & Art
  • Games & Puzzles
  • Advocacy
  • Watch & Listen
  • Cooking
  • Fitness & Wellness
  • Student Affairs Services

 

Visit the Virtual Resources page by clicking here, or by following the link on the home page of asi.fullerton.edu.

AICA Virtual Programming

The Association of Intercultural Awareness will continue to provide vibrant programming that will highlight the immense culture of our beautiful campus community. We will continue our Multi-Culture Fest / Culture Couture /  Social Justice Week events, but we will also be looking to work with other student groups on virtual programming this fall. Information will be posted here as details become finalized.

Contact Programming

Have questions or looking for more information? Feel free to give us a call, send us an email.

800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92831

(657) 278-7736

asilpdassistant@fullerton.edu