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Video now available from WISCAPE panel on supporting Hmong students

May 08, 2018
Video from ​​​the recent panel discussion, Supporting Hmong Students at UW-Madison, which was hosted by the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE), is now available on the WISCAPE YouTube channel.

WISCAPE Hmong panelThe ​Apr. 13, 2018, event​ focused on the experiences of Hmong American students at UW-Madison and ways that the university can better support them during their paths through college. ​It was cosponsored by the Asian American Studies Program and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) at UW-Madison.

The following panelists were featured at the event:
  • Douachong Lee, Multicultural Learning Community ​and Summer Collegiate Experience ​​Program Coordinator, UW-Madison
  • Myxee Thao, Student in Human Development and Family Studies and Center for Academic Excellence ​Scholar, UW-Madison
  • Chee Chia Vang, Student in Community and Nonprofit Leadership, UW-Madison​
  • Goodson Vue, Assistant Director​ - College, PEOPLE, UW-Madison
  • Kimberly Vue, Student in Social Welfare, UW-Madison, and President, WI aKDPhi
  • Sa Seng Xiong, ​Advisor and ​Recruiter, School of Education Student Diversity Program, UW-Madison
  • Yang Sao Xiong, ​Assistant ​Professor, School of Social Work and Asian American Studies Program, UW-Madison (moderator)

WISCAPE is housed within the School of Education's Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

Watch the video on the WISCAPE YouTube channel.

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