Asian American Studies Lecture Series: Anne Saw, PhD

 “Building Community Capacity through Research with Asian/Asian American Immigrants and Refugees in Chicago”


Anne Saw, PhD, is an associate professor of Psychology and affiliated faculty with Global Asian Studies and Refugee and Forced Migration Studies programs at DePaul University. Her research focuses broadly on health and mental health in Asian American immigrant and refugee communities. She is the Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander project lead on a large, multiracial research project examining the needs and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities of color, which is supported by the National Urban League and the Tri-Congressional Caucus and funded by multiple philanthropic foundations. She partners with community organizations in Chicago and beyond to develop community-centered programs and initiatives to promote health and wellness for Asian Americans and other minoritized groups. Her research and community-based advocacy have been featured by media outlets like the New York Times, USA Today, Reuters, Chicago Sun-Times and WBEZ Chicago.


Zoom registration required:

Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 3:30 PM to 4:45 PM

Virtual Event