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3.30.2010

what can I do with asian american studies?



Are you an Asian American Studies major? Awesome. But are you wondering what the hell you're going to do what that degree? The CGU Transdisciplinary Studies Group on Asian American Studies at Claremont Graduate University want to help you answer that question at a free one-day conference: What Can I Do With Asian American Studies? It's happening Saturday, April 17. Some details:

What Can I Do With Asian American Studies?

Saturday April 17, 2010
Claremont Graduate University Burkle Bldg 1st floor

presented by the CGU Transdisciplinary Studies Group on Asian American Studies

So you're studying Asian American Studies in graduate school. Has anyone ever asked, "what are you going to do with THAT?" Learn how to answer this question at a FREE upcoming one-day graduate student conference titled "What Can I Do With Asian American Studies?"

We will be featuring career and real world-centered workshops by some of today's leaders in Asian America, who were in similar shoes as yourself in the not-so-distant past. Also, all participants will be placed into breakout groups with peers from different universities. Everyone is encouraged to bring something that you're currently working on in order to give/receive constructive feedback from new sets of eyes. This will be a great opportunity to network!

Register before April 1st, See you Saturday April 17th!
Workshop leaders include Melany Dela Cruz-Viesca of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, Stephen Lee of the UC Irvine School of Law, filmmaker Tad Nakamura, Martin Wong of Giant Robot, and more. For more information, check out the conference website here or the Facebook event page here.