When: Sunday October 30, 2022, 4pm-5pm EST/1pm-2pm PT
Where: Zoom. To Register for this event click here.
Join us for a reflective, thought-provoking panel discussion and Q&A with: Dr. Julie Lee ‘91, Dr. Andi Remoquillo, moderated by Wellesley Associate Professor Stephen Chen. In the face of a global pandemic, newly visible violence against AAPIs, and myriad of economic and environmental uncertainties, the AAPI experience remains under the radar. This panel seeks to shed some light on current themes, intergenerational impact and change, and how to hear from each generations’ perspective. The panel will also talk about what we could learn from both shared and different experiences, and share some important concepts which support personal growth and mental health.
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Dr. Chen, Wellesley Associate Professor, teaches courses in Asian American Psychology, Cultural Psychology, and Culture and Emotion, and is the Director of the Culture, Family and Development Lab at Wellesley.
Dr. Lee ‘91 is a clinical psychologist, behavioral health strategist, and faculty. In addition to her private practice, she is director of technology and mental health of Harvard Alumni for Mental Health and a former Associate Dean of the College of Brown University.
Dr. Remoquillo is the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in American Studies at Wellesley and specializes in gender and Filipinx American history, Asian American Studies, feminist approaches to oral histories and critical ethnography.