PhD student Keqing Zhang and Dr. Wei Zhang just published a new article in Journal of Applied Gerontology, "Adverse Childhood Experiences and Mild Cognitive Impairment in Later Life: Exploring Rural/Urban and Gender Differences Using CHARLS." Read it here: https://t.co/xDprhRzPzQ
Dr. Manfred Steger critically engages with core concepts of globalization and proposes new measures for addressing the processes in "Two Limitations of Globalization Theory," a new article in [Global Perspectives]. #Globalization #Sociology
Two Limitations of Globalization Theory
Although globalization theories have flourished over the last four decades, they are still struggling to overcome some...
Coming up after this weekend, our last co-sponsored Colloquium discussion with guest Dr. Maile Arvin:
Please join us next week for Dr. Maile Arvin's talk, "Refusing Possession Through Whiteness: Against Social Scientific Logics of Race and Transinstitutionalization in Hawaiʻi" on Dec. 7, 3PM HST! Thanks to cosponsors @uhm_es @huiainapilipili @kithandkoko ~ https://t.co/DYco5LOmXy
PhD student Nathalie P. Rita has coauthored a new article in Ethnic and Racial Studies, “I have an accent, so people know I’m not from here”: a racial and ethnic analysis of international STEM faculty in Hawai‘i" ! @NathaliePRita
Aloha Twitter, new article with Nathalie P. Rita: @NathaliePRita
Check out the new nuanced Op-Ed by Soc PhD student Laura Rouse and Dr. Nick Chagnon, published by Civil Beat, titled: "Consider the Unintended Consequences of Vaccine Mandates." @CivilBeat
Consider The Unintended Consequences Of Pandemic Mandates
Be mindful of the implications of broad, sweeping state action. The lessons of history are clear.
Check out PhD candidate Mark Willingham's newest co-authored article: "The potential of using artificial intelligence to improve skin cancer diagnoses in Hawai'i's multiethnic population" !
The potential of using artificial intelligence to improve skin cancer diagnoses in Hawai'i's multiethnic population - PubMed
Skin cancer remains the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the USA with more than 1 million new cases each year. ...
This week, Professor Aya Kimura visited the Meant to Be Eaten podcast to discuss biopolitical histories of Japanese pickles! https://t.co/DhIgcgrKSt @Heritage_Radio #FoodRadio
Check out the amazing work of Dr. Wei Zhang, Margie Walkover, Dr. Manfred Steger, and colleagues featured in detail in this month's College of Social Sciences newsletter! They are advancing national and global knowledge about how COVID shapes inequities. https://t.co/KlCsn7qVLN
Join us with the Center for Chinese Studies hosting and the Department of Economics co-sponsoring the faculty dialogue tomorrow as our second colloquium session! https://t.co/AP8GfN6bxb
Come learn at **Weds, Oct. 27 at 12:00pm** for "Policy Storms: Understanding China’s Education, Market and State Through Recent Policy Changes"—a faculty dialogue with Dr. Xiaojun Wang and Dr. Le Lin! Organized by the Center for Chinese Studies—RSVP at https://t.co/AP8GfN6bxb !
Our first colloquium session with Dr. Nitasha Sharma is tomorrow, and it's not too late to register! https://t.co/G0REpjCyUQ
"Hawaiʻi is my Haven" is available online in the UH library.
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Come learn at **Tues. Oct. 26 at 3pm** for "Hawaiʻi is my Haven: Race and Indigeneity in the Black Pacific"—a book talk and Q&A by Dr. Nitasha Sharma! Co-organized with the Department of Ethnic Studies and additional co-sponsors—RSVP at https://t.co/G0REpjCyUQ for the zoom link!
Wei Zhang, Yan Yan Wu, and Margaret Walkover have co-authored a new article in the Hawaiʻi Journal of Health & Social Welfare! Read "Prevalence of Psychological Distress in Hawai‘i during the COVID-19 Pandemic" today! https://t.co/pvxRxz99jc #Sociology #COVID19 #Mentalhealth