College Sends Three to Pop Culture Conference
By Jase Teoh, educational technologist, Educational and Emerging Technologies
April 29, 2015
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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Registration closes for the Summer 1 and 2 2015 terms on May 8 at 5 p.m. ET.