Asian American Council
(AAC or AAC-Dayton) is a tax-exempt, non-profit (501c3) organization!
We publish quarterly
Newsletter. Please email Editor
Betty Lacey any articles for its possible publication in the
Committee & Staff Members meets at 2:00 pm on the third Saturday of
every Month and welcome anyone who is interested in AAC to attend the
meetings which would last about two hours each time.
(Event Flyer with Registration Form)
Journey—An Evening with Dr. Sundaram Narayanan
Provost, Wright State University
Sundaram Narayanan became Wright State University provost in March 2013 after 18
years of distinguished services at the university. Narayanan came to Wright
State as an assistant engineering professor and served as chair of the
Department of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering for nine
years. He was later appointed executive director of the Wright State Research
Institute and then named dean of the College of Engineering and Computer
Science, serving both positions concurrently. Under Narayanan’s tenure as dean,
the engineering and computer science college experienced its highest enrollment
in its history; Narayanan was also instrumental in creating and directing the
Wright State Research Institute with annual research awards of more than $20
million within five years.
A first-generation college student
from India, Dr. Narayanan obtained his master’s degree from the University of
Alabama and doctoral degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in
industrial and systems engineering.
October 25, 2013
Time: 6 p.m. Reception; 7:00 p.m. Dinner and Program
Location: Millett Atrium, Wright State University
(Dinner is $20
for adults and $10 for students; menu will consist of chicken or vegetarian;
please call Mia Honaker at 937-775-2798 for reservations by October 4, 2013;
please make checks payable to the AAC and send them to Mia Honaker at 154
Millett Hall, Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435)
Come meet Dr. Narayanan as he shares with us his amazing leadership journey,
insights and perspectives, as an Asian American.
(Event Flyer with Registration
Save The Date
2013 Ohio Mathematics Contest
(For Grades Four Through
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Asian American Council is one of annual OMC Sponsors!
Asian American Youth Council of
Dayton (AAYCD) is
one of programs AAC supports and manages!
Our Say No to
is now hot off the press!
To learn more about
Asian American Youth Council of Dayton (AAYCD) who created this
workbook, please visit its website through this link: