Racial Identity Construction: Understanding Arab and Arab-American College Students (Roundtable Discussion) - Saint Xavier University
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Racial Identity Construction: Understanding Arab and Arab-American College Students (Roundtable Discussion)

Butler Reception Room (L-203) View Directions to the Venue Directions WeatherView Venue Weather Location DetailsView Venue Profile

3700 W 103rd St
Chicago, IL 60655

Join the discussion in the Butler Reception Room with Nina Shoman-Dajani.

Nina Shoman-Dajani’s professional career includes over fifteen years of experience in higher education and non-profit institutions. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies and her Master of Arts in International Affairs with a focus on U.S. Foreign and Domestic Policy from California State University, Sacramento. She completed her Doctor of Education degree at Benedictine University in Higher Education and Organizational Change.

Currently, Nina holds the position of Assistant Dean in the Learning Enrichment and College Readiness department at Moraine Valley Community College. In addition to her position at Moraine Valley, Shoman-Dajani works as an adjunct professor in the Middle Eastern Studies program at Saint Xavier University and in the Global Asian Studies program at University Of Illinois, Chicago.

For more information please contact Iman Saca, Ph.D., at 773-298-3554 or saca@sxu.edu, Brian Hotzfield at hotzfield@sxu.edu or Nick Mancari at mancari@sxu.edu.

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Contact:

Iman Saca

Phone: 773-298-3554

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