2014 EPS Conference- Immigration and Education

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(Im)Migration and Education

11th Annual Educational Policy Studies Conference

March 6-7, 2014
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Download the 2014 EPS Conference agenda (PDF)

All events will be held in the Wisconsin Idea Room, Education Building 198, unless otherwise noted

Day One: Thursday, March 6, 2014

7:15 PM: Welcome

7:30-9:00 PM: Featured Speaker

 

Day Two: Friday, March 7, 2014

7:45 AM: Coffee, refreshments and conversation

8:15-9:45 AM: (Im)Migration and Education - Ideas and Policies

10:00-11:30 AM: (Im)Migration and Education - People and Practices

11:45 AM-1:15 PM: Graduate Student Panels

Complimentary box lunches will be available (as supplies last)

Session A: Migration and Global Higher Education: New Perspectives on International Student Mobility  (Education Building, Room 298)

  • Shuning Liu, Curriculum and Instruction, UW-Madison
    • “The Production of Class Advantages: Chinese High School Students’ Decision Making in and Preparation for Applying to U.S. Colleges”
  • Sejung Ham, Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison
    • “Contradictory Global Citizenship: Asian International Undergraduates’ Experiences in Globalized Higher Education in the U.S.”
  • Kirk Anderson, Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison
    • “A Kinship Perspective on the International Student Market”
  • Chair/Discussant: Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, Education Leadership and Policy Analysis, UW-Madison

 Session B: Immigrant Students and Education (Education Building, Room 290)

  • Eujin Park, Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison
    • “Diverse Community Roles of a Korean Language School”
  • Julissa Ventura, Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison
    • “Constructing Youth Spaces in New Latino Immigrant Destinations”
  • Jia-Hui Stefanie Wong, Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison
    • “‘We Talk about Real Stuff in that Class’: Envisioning Transformative School Spaces for Immigrant Students”
  • Christina Diaz, Sociology, UW-Madison
    • “Documenting the Evolution of Educational and Occupational Expectations among Immigrant Youth”
  • Chair/Discussant: Bianca Baldridge, Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison

 

1:30 - 3:00 PM: Featured Speaker



 

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