College Sends Three to Pop Culture Conference

By Jase Teoh, educational technologist, Educational and Emerging Technologies

April 29, 2015

Layla Abdullah-Polous, Jase Teoh and Erin Young pose for a picture after presenting for Educational and Emerging Technologies.The college's Long Island location was well represented at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association national conference in New Orleans, April 1-4 2015. Layla Abdullah-Poulos, Jase Teoh and Erin Young presented, individually, at the event. Abdullah-Poulos, a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies student, presented "Breasts and Beards: A Lesson in Western Secular Extremism and the Significance of Cultural Relevancy." Erin Young, Cultural Studies mentor, presented "'Stay Away from My Sister': Romance and the Asian-American Male Canon." Jase Teoh, educational technologist, presented "Using a Blended Approach to teach 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo': A cross disciplinary collaboration of Mentors and the Faculty Instructional Technologist at Empire State College, Long Island Center."

 

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