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Exploring the Asian American Student Experience at Predominately White Institutions - Part 2/3

Exploring the Asian American Student Experience at Predominately White Institutions - Part 2/3

We will be exploring the Asian American student experience at predominately-white institution. This three-part workshop will explore various aspects of Asian American identity to help participants develop cultural competency when working with Asian American students. Part 2 will explore Jean Kim's Asian American Racial Identity Development (AARID) Model (2001) as one model/theory to understand Asian American experience in the United States. We will have a discussion/dialogue on how racial identity development occurs in a higher education setting and what participants can do to help students develop a health sense of self.

Part 3 is on July 24.  Please register for each session you would like to attend.

Information from Part 1 (PDFs): slide show / handout

Date:
Monday, July 17, 2017
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:
Fishbowl (Room 209)
Categories:
Cultural Awareness & Community Engagement (L4HSU)
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