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Volume 62, Number 10    October 17, 2014         

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American Indian Studies
Associate Professor and Chair of American Indian Studies Andrew Jolivette spoke at Chabot College on Oct. 9 about Indigenous People's Day.

Asian American Studies
Associate Professor of Asian American Studies Jonathan H. X. Lee wrote the introduction and chapter 6, "Acting Out: Thai American Buddhists Encounters with White Privilege and White Supremacy," for the book Southeast Asian Diaspora in the United States: Memories and Visions Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, which was published Oct. 15 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Lee also edited the book and co-authored chapter 9, "Pedagogy for Healing and Justice through Cambodian American Literature."

Family Acceptance Project
Director of the Family Acceptance Project Caitlin Ryan received the Founder's Award from the Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Addiction Professionals and Their Allies (NALGAP) at its leadership summit in St. Louis in August.

International Education
Associate Vice President for International Education Yenbo Wu was elected to serve as vice president for scholarship and institutional strategy on the board of directors for NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Wu's portfolio will include two knowledge communities -- International Education Leadership and Teaching, Learning and Scholarship -- as well as the Annual Conference Committee and the Subcommittee for Information Management of the Coordinating Council. Additionally, he will advise the NAFSA professional staff on internationalizing the curriculum, the portfolio and products of the Senior Fellows, and on research functions.


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