News and Updates Last Updated: May 4, 2015
Jonathan H. X. Lee was awarded a grant from the California State University to continue with SFSU's Quality Online Learning and Teaching initiative. He also serves as a Faculty Fellow, and funding will be used to develop online learning and teaching quality assurance at SFSU.
Isabelle Pelaud's co-edited collection, Troubling Borders, has won third place in the best book prize from the Association for Borderlands Studies.
Seven masters students in Asian American Studies presented papers at the Association of Asian American Studies conference in Chicago. Their papers included the following:
Clark Bilorusky, Policy and Practice: Bilingual Education at San Francisco's Filipino Education Center
Vincent Kwan Caring or Self- Worth: Asian Americans and the Impostor Phenomenon
Jordan Loey Chinese American Family Trajectories: Angel Island and Hung Shoon Lee
Nine SFSU Asian American Studies faculty participated in the 2015 Association at the Asian American Studies conference in Chicago. The following is a list of the papers presented:
Russell M. Jeung "Divergent Paths: Recent Religious Trends among Chinese Americans"
Jonathan H.X. Lee "Using Academic Technologies to Enhance Student Learning and Success through the Flipped Classroom Approach" and "Laotians in the San Francisco Bay Area"
Five Asian American Studies majors and masters students were recipients of the Square and Circle Civic Engagement Internship Stipend Award. This award is given to students who commit to 100 internship hours to a not-for-profit community-based organization in the Asian American community.
Listed below are the awardees for Spring 2015.