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Upcoming Asian L&L co-sponsored workshop - UW and CELIN Forum: Raising Multilingual Citizens of the World

Submitted by Jennifer A. Miller on December 12, 2019 - 2:35pm
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March 7th, 2020 (Saturday) 9:00am - 3:30pm | Simpson Center for the Humanities, 206 CMU, University of Washington

This is a one-day forum which brings together stake-holders responsible for raising multilingual citizens - parents, educators, researchers, administrators and the community - to learn what we have found, share our successful experiences, discuss our challenges, and explore paths forward.

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Morning Sessions: 9:00 AM -12:00 PM: Keynote Presentation and Research and Parent Panels. (Space capacity: 95)
Networking Lunch: 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM (Lunch provided for educators who are all-day participants)
Afternoon Professional Development Workshops 1:15 PM -3:30 PM: Resources and Strategies at Your Fingertips

Detailed event schedule

(Space capacity: 62)

Registration Form

Registration is free but space is limited.
Click Here to Register

Organizers and Sponsors

CELIN at Asia Society
UW Department of Asian Languages and Literature


UW East Asia Center
UW Simpson Center for the Humanities
UW Center for Global Studies
UW Department of Linguistics

Organizing committee

Dr. Chan Lü (UW Asian Languages and Literature)
Dr. Shuhan Wang (CELIN at Asia Society)
Dr. Michele Anciaux Aoki (Retired International Education Administrator at the Seattle Public Schools | World Language advocate)
Dr. Amy Pace (UW Speech and Hearing Sciences)

Advisory committee

UW Committee for Multilingual Teaching, Research and Learning (CMTRL)
UW Language Learning Center

Disability Accommodations

To request disability accommodations, contact the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance of the event: 543-6450 (voice); 543-6452 (TDD); 685-7264 (fax);

Directions and Parking

Recommended lots:
N20 and N21 Padelford parking garage off Pend Oreille Road


Contact Dr. Chan Lü