Renowned higher education administrator and author Doris Ching will present a discussion at 8:30 a.m. Monday, April 15, in the Afni Inc. Executive Boardroom, located in room 412 of the State Farm Hall of Business. All are invited and a free breakfast and coffee will be provided. RSVPonline by Friday, April 12.

Ching will be part of Illinois State’s Spring Speaker Series on the evening of Tuesday, April 16. See more on her evening talk.

Ching served the state of Hawaii for more than 40 years as an educator. While at the University of Hawaii, she initiated numerous programs, including diversity programs, regents and Presidential Scholarship programs, the University of Hawaii-Manoa Children’s Center and the Queen Lil’iuokalani Center for Student Services. Her research and training grants brought millions of dollars to the university.

This event is hosted by AsiaConnect, in cooperation with the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. AsiaConnect is a campus affinity group established to represent the interests, needs and concerns of Asian faculty/staff, and to promote Asian cultures in the campus community and beyond.

For more information contact AsiaConnect at 438-8386 or