Kim Small

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Scholarship Program Specialist, Education Program
SmallK [at] EastWestCenter.org
Phone: 
808-944-7752
Fax: 
808-944-7070
Education: 
PhD, Sociology, University of Hawaii
Area of Expertise: 

International higher education, Social justice in higher education (access, equity, inclusion, preparation); Needs assessment; Cooperative conflict management/reduction/resolution (facilitation, mediation); Strategic planning

BA, Psychology, Central Washington University (1975)
MA, Social-Environmental Psychology,
   Claremont Graduate University (1978)
U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Federated States of Micronesia
   (1988-90)
Graduate Certificate, Urban and Regional Planning,
   University of Hawaii (1994)
PhD, Sociology, University of Hawaii (1998)
Fellow, Pacific Islands Development Program,
   East-West Center (1998-2002)

 

Related Publications:

Small, Kim (2014),  IFP Fellows and the Dynamics of Teaching and Learning at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.  In T. W. Bigalke & M. S. Zurbuchen (Eds.), Leadership for Social Justice in Higher Education: The Legacy of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program.  New York City, USA: Palgrave Macmillan.

Small, Kim, Mireia Gali Reyes, and Jorge de Vette (2014),  Creating University Partnerships as Pathways for Student Achievement.  In T. W. Bigalke & M. S. Zurbuchen (Eds.), Leadership for Social Justice in Higher Education: The Legacy of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program.  New York City, USA: Palgrave Macmillan.