It’s been almost 2 years since Radical Cram School dropped. We filmed the first season in December of 2017 and the episodes came out in August 2018. I’d like to think that much of what we see, in the Black Lives Matter protest, the increasing vocalization to support communities of color, and the pride and […]Read More Radical Cram School and Black Lives Matter
The Black Lives Matter movement is the most magical and wonderful thing that has happened in my lifetime. I have marched in the demonstrations, I have brought my children to rallies, and I have even incorporated it into my teaching and research. Maya Marlowe and I even created a math lesson around it and wrote […]Read More A love letter to Black Lives Matter
I got to be a part of a fabulous panel of fellow Ohio State University faculty in May, speaking about how COVID-19 is affection K-12 Education. You can learn more about it here: https://www.osu.edu/alumni/activities-and-events/events/2020/how-covid-19-is-reshaping-the-k-12-educational-landscape.htmlRead More COVID-19 K-12 Education Panel
After three tries, a lot of feedback and tough critique, and an insane amount of mentorship from the OSU EHE Office of Research, I am very, very proud to say that I was awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award. You can read more about it here: https://u.osu.edu/eheresearchawards/february-2020Read More NSF CAREER!
Radical Cram School is a web series I helped produce with Anna Michelle Wang, Jenessa Joffe, and Kristina Wong. We tried to create a space for Asian American children and their friends to talk about issues of racism, misogyny, and social justice in a space that is their own. Check it out here: http://tinyurl.com/radicalcramschoolRead More Radical Cram School