March 19, 2018: Speaker, Spring Event, Penn State University Women's Club, Talk: "How Immigrants Shape(d) the United States."
SAMPLE PAST EVENTS Workshop: Voyages of Discovery: How Immigrants Shape/d America April 2017: Presenter, 33rd Virginia Hamilton Conference on Multicultural Literature for Youth. The workshop focused on the history of immigration, and the contributions of first generation immigrants to the United States, from both a historical and current perspective. Nalini used children's books and online resources to showcase the deep and lasting impact made by immigrants to our everyday lives.
Class: How Immigrants Shape/d America Fall 2017: Class on Immigrant History and Contributions through PSU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). The class introduced students to the history of Immigration, and uses data and examples to understand the role of immigrants in our society and counter existing stereotypes. Nalini received great, positive feedback from her students, including "You completely changed my view on immigration and immigrants," and "It really informed how I'm processing the news and current issues."
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