Congratulations to Professor Lynn Itagaki, who was recently awarded the 2014 Arts and Humanities Diversity Enhancement Award!
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Run4Refugees: A 5k That Changes People's Lives
Saturday, April 26 at Sharon Woods Metro Park
Sign-In 9:00 am
Kid's Walk 9:45 am
5k Walk/Run 10:00 am
There are close to 10,000 Bhutanese/Nepali refugees in Central Ohio area. The Bhutanese refugee population lived in refugee camps in Nepal for close to 20 years and began settling in North America, Australia, and Europe in 2008.
More than 35 attendees gathered together to work with Daniel Kim (Brown University) and Lynn Itagaki (OSU) on Lynn Itagaki's book project "Racial Burnout: The Crisis of Civil Racism at the End of the Millennium" on February 25, 2014.
I graduated from Ohio State with majors in Neuroscience and Music Performance (Cello) and a minor in Asian-American Studies. When I came to Ohio State, I planned to pursue those two majors, but knew nothing about the AAS program until Dr.