Comments Off on Session Highlights for APAHE 2020

Session Highlights for APAHE 2020

Toward an Actionable Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Research Agenda: Connecting Research to Practice
Friday, April 10 at 9:45 a.m.
The Geography of Student Success: Re-Imagining Cross-Collaborative Research at Minority-Serving Institutions in Southern Nevada
Friday, April 10 at 11 a.m.
  • Both panels led by Robert Teranishi, Ph.D., Professor of Social Science and Comparative Education, the Morgan and Helen Chu Endowed Chair in Asian American Studies, and co-director for the Institute for Immigration, Globalization and Education at UCLA.
Faculty and CEO Diversification: From Conversation to Action
Friday, April 10 at 2 p.m.
  • Mayra E. Cruz, M.A., ASCCC Area B Representative, Vision for Success Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task force member, De Anza College Faculty
  • Rowena Tomaneng, Ed.D, President, San Jose City College
  • Hildegarde Aguinaldo, Esq., UCLA
  • Ibrahim “Abe” Ali, Vice President of Human Resources, Mt. San Antonio College, APAHE Board President, ACHRO member
  • Jade Hidle, Ph.D., Faculty, Letters Department, MiraCosta College
Why Community Colleges? Why Leadership? Why YOU?
Thursday, April 9 at 1:30 p.m.
  • Kathi Hiyane-Brown, Ed.D., President, Whatcom Community College
  • Rowena Tomaneng, Ed.D, President, San Jose City College
  • Muddassir Siddiqi, Ph.D., President, Houston Community College District-Central College
  • Lori Adrian, Ph.D., President, Coastline Community College
Transformative Practices for Minority Student Success: Accomplishments of Asian American, Native American and Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions 
Friday, April 10 at 9:45 a.m.
  • Timothy Fong, Ph.D., Professor, Sacramento State University and Claremont Graduate University
  • Rikka Venturanza, M.A., Doctoral Candidate, UCLA
  • Melissa Canlas, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of International and Multicultural Education, U of San Francisco
  • Sarah Boxell, M.A., Director of Asian American Success Program, UMass Boston
Animating Revolution Across-Generations: Pat Hayashi’s Manga Meets Digital Storytelling Co-Production
Thursday, April 9 at 9:45 a.m.
  • Ammany Ty, B.A, Co-Production Assistant, Digital Storytelling in Asian American Studies Team
  • Pat Hayashi, Ph.D., Former Vice President, University of CA, Independent Artist
  • Alrene Vu, Undergraduate Student Digital Storytelling in Asian American Studies team member
Norman Y. Mineta’s Legacy as Curriculum: What Does It Mean to Be an American? 
Friday, April 10 at 11 a.m.
  • Gary Mukai, Ed.D., Director, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education
  • Norman Y. Mineta, Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation
  • Rylan Sekiguchi, B.S., Manager of Curriculum and Instructional Design, SPICE,
  • Dianne Fukami, B.A. & Debra Nakatomi, B.A., Co-Producers, Mineta Legacy Project