2013 Winter Institute: Engaging All Learners in the 21st Century
January 10, 2013
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
(Re)Discovering the Faculty/Student Body: Engaging Multiple Identities on the University Campus
Dr. Nina Ha
Cultural Contexts in the Classroom: Implications for Faculty and Students
Anastasios Kaburakis, Cook School of Business, Management
Mary (Rina) Chittooran, Educational Studies
Shaping Experiences for Accessible and Inclusive Learning
Jane Jones, Disability Services
Michaella Thornton, CTTL
The 25th Hour: Reflective Learning for Over-Scheduled Students
Stephen Belt, Aviation Science
Stephanie Mooshegian, School of Professional Studies
Darina Sergeant, Physical Therapy
Engaging with Diversity: A Workshop on Tokenism
Dr. Nina Ha
Registration is required. Lunch will be provided.
A more detailed schedule is available here.
About Nina Ha:
Nina Ha, Ph. D. is an independent scholar who received her doctorate at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and her Master's degree in Asian American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research interests include Asian American Literature, American Studies, Ethnic American Studies, and Gender and Sexuality Studies. She is currently working on a book manuscript entitled, "American Gook": Examining Vietnamese Diasporic Masculinity. She has also taught at a number of higher education institutions such as: The University of California in Los Angeles, The University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Smith College, The Ohio State University, and Creighton University.