So excited to learn from Dr. Kitta that Erin Hawley has successfully defended her CAP project, “Disability Advocacy and Technology – an Online Course” today. The project sounds very exciting and a subject that we really ought to feature more in our own curriculum. Best wishes and keep in touch, Erin.
Congratulations to Morgan Thompson, who has successfully defended her CAPS project, “A Seminar in U.S. Immigrant Literature for Adult Distance Education.”
Congratulations to Sarah Wise upon successfully defending her thesis “The Sum of Our Parts: Race, Blood, and Genetics in Three Dystopian Young Adult Novels,” directed by Dr. Ulibarri.
Congratulations to Gergana Adams upon successfully defending her CAPS project, a design for a world literature class at the community college level. Dr. Huang directed.
Congratulations to Amanda Ferris Frederico upon her successful defense of the thesis “Memorializing Individuals, Seeking Justice for Communities: The Epidemic of Systemic Violence Against Indigenous Peoples and the Role of Art and Public Response in Bringing about Social Change,” directed by Dr. Bardill.
Congratulations to Shannon Murphy upon her successfully defending her professional project, “The Chinese Experience in America: A Teaching Unit of The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan.”
Congratulations to Alexandria Faulkenbury upon successfully defending her thesis, “Necessary Absence: Familial Distance and the Adult Immigrant Child in Korean American Fiction,” directed by Dr. Huang.
Congratulations to our M.A. graduate Bryant Scott upon receiving a scholarship to study at Harvard’s Institute of World Literature program in the summer of 2016. Bryant is a doctoral student at the University of Miami.
Congratulations to Bridgette Bowen upon successfully defending her CAPS project, “A Middle Eastern Literature Curriculum for the Secondary Education Classroom.”
Congratulations to Logan Tallent Dupree upon her successful defense of her CAPS project, “Did the Hawaiian People Ever Desire the American Dream?”