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Bao Phi Interview, Elyse Warnecke Jun 2019

Bao Phi Interview, Elyse Warnecke

Asian American Art Oral History Project

BIO: Bao Phi is a Vietnamese American spoken and written word artist. Coming from a family of refugees from Vietnam, his escapism and life values he has found in literature have allowed for many great accomplishments, such as poetry championships, several books of poetry collections, and most recently, children’s books. He uses his life stories and lessons, as well as current events to guide his audience, as well as his daughter and younger generations, through a rather difficult world. His most recent project has been publishing a children’s book illustrated by Thi Bui.


Fall/Winter 2016 Sep 2016

Fall/Winter 2016

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Flowing And Freestyling: Learning From Adult Students About Process Knowledge Transfer, Michelle Navarre Cleary Jun 2013

Flowing And Freestyling: Learning From Adult Students About Process Knowledge Transfer, Michelle Navarre Cleary

School of Continuing and Professional Studies Faculty Publications

A study of twenty-five newly returned adult students finds that students with more process experience used more and more specific process analogies to construct their writing processes for school assignments than those with less process experience. Cues from peers and sense of academic identity also influenced transfer of process knowledge.