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    • UnderstandingAsian &AsianAmericanStudentsin theU.S.A.
    • Student Affairs & EnrollmentManagement (SAEM) DivisionConference-Style Professional Development11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Lincoln Room,May 22, 2013Northern Illinois University“Working with Asian & AsianAmerican College Students:Drawing from Three Perspectives& Our Personal Stories”
    • All Asians
    • Session TitleWorking with Asian &Asian AmericanCollege Students:Drawing from ThreePerspectives & OurPersonal Stories
    • Moderator•MichelleBringas
    • Audience•Members ofStudent Affairs &EnrollmentManagement(SAEM) Division
    • Panelists•Dr.ShirazTata(India)
    • Panelists•LisaTakara(Japan)
    • Panelists•Dr.Rey Ty(Philippines)
    • Diversity
    • Abstract•Among Asian and AsianAmerican college students there isa wide range of diversity due to anumber of intra-culturaldifferences: various ways familiesimmigrated to the U.S., varioushistories, various religions, socio-cultural factors and various stagesof Ethnic Identity Development.
    • Abstract•Presenters will share theirpersonal perspectives/storiesabout three Asian ethnicities(Japanese, Indian, & Filipino) anddiscuss similarities anddifferences as it relates to theimpact of immigration, traditionalcultural values, and ethnic identity.
    • Abstract•Participants will also receiveinformation on theimportance of payingattention to individualdifferences as we interactwith and serve AsianAmerican students.
    • Learning Outcomes1. Understand the range ofdiversity and intra-culturaldifferences among Asian andAsian Americans (immigrationhistory, values, socioeconomicstatus, education, religion, levelof ethnic identity, ways ofbeing, etc.).
    • Learning Outcomes2. Hear in-depth perspectivesand stories about culturalvalues, nuances, and waysof being that arecharacteristic of three Asiancultures (Japanese, Indian,and Filipino).
    • Learning Outcomes3. Learn how these culturalvalues impact theexperiences of Asian andAsian American Collegestudents and ethnicidentity.
    • Learning Outcomes4. How to listen, in mindfulways, to the nuances andstories of Asian and AsianAmerican students to bettermeet their needs, makingappropriate referrals whennecessary.
    • Talking Points•Immigrationpattern ofparticularethnicity
    • Interfaith Temple Visit
    • Myth & Reality•AllAsians aregood inMath &Sciences.•Nottrue!
    • Spanish-InfluencedChristianized Philippines
    • Myth & Reality•AllAsiansscientists,doctors &nurses.•Nottrue!
    • Interfaith Mosque Visit
    • Myth & Reality•All Asiansaredocumented.•Nottrue!
    • Talking Points•Uniqueculturalvalues,nuances,and waysof being
    • Myth & Reality•All Asiansare shy, coy,submissive,& quiet.•Nottrue!
    • Myth & Reality•AllAsiansare rich.•Nottrue!
    • Talking Points•How the culturalvalues impact theexperiences of Asianand Asian AmericanCollege students andethnic identity.
    • Talking Points• How to listen, in mindfulways, to the nuances andstories of Asian and AsianAmerican students to bettermeet their needs, makingappropriate referrals whennecessary.
    • Student Affairs & EnrollmentManagement (SAEM) DivisionConference-Style Professional Development11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Lincoln Room,May 22, 2013Northern Illinois University“Working with Asian & AsianAmerican College Students:Drawing from Three Perspectives& Our Personal Stories”
    • Diverse Filipin@s & Friends