research survey: asian american study abroad

Hey, students. Want to help out a grad student?

I recently heard from Emily Le, a doctoral candidate in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA, who is conducting an online survey on the study abroad experiences of Asian American students, for her doctoral dissertation exploring how study abroad affects ethnic, racial, and national identity development.

Here's some more information on the study:
My name is Emily Le. I am a graduate student in Education at UCLA. You
are invited to participate in a study I am conducting which focuses on
the experiences of Asian American students who have studied abroad and
explores how study abroad affects ethnic, racial, and national
identity development. I hope my research will contribute to the study
abroad field and provide better information for Asian American
students studying abroad in the future. Your participation is greatly

To participate in this study, you must self-identify as Asian American
and have completed a study abroad program at your university while
completing an undergraduate (B.A./B.S.) degree.

If you complete the survey, you will be eligible for a raffle for a
$25 Amazon gift card. There are multiple drawings available. Drawings
will be held a week after the survey period has ended. Winners will be
notified by email.

To participate in the survey, please click on the following link:

The survey should take less than 20 minutes to complete. Please feel
free to contact me at emilyle@ucla.edu if you have any questions.
Thank you in advance for your time and providing information that will
play an integral role in this research study.


Emily Le
Doctoral Candidate
Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
University of California, Los Angeles
So if you participated in a study abroad program while in college, complete the survey and help out a grad student's research. At the very least, do it for the chance to win the Amazon gift card. You can get started with the survey here.

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