Meeting the Needs of Southeast Asian-American Students in the College Community: Issues and Responses

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Meeting the Needs of Southeast Asian-American Students in the College Community: Issues and Responses

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Dr. Bromley joined the Rhode Island College in 1984. Her community service work with Southeast Asians began in 1975 with resettlement assistance for the first Vietnamese refugee family in the Peekskill, New York community. The experience planted a seed that led to her appointment in 1982 as a full time social work practice and field instructor at a refugee camp in Thailand.

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George D. Metrey

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Introduction

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Nancy H. Gerwirtz

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Introduction

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Book

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Thorp Lecture

Meeting the Needs of Southeast Asian-American Students in the College Community: Issues and Responses

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