together with colleagues from Bristol Community
College and Bridgewater State University,
presented "Scaling Up: Building Assessment
That Represents Your Students' Work" at the Second Annual Advancing a
Massachusetts Culture of Assessment State-wide Conference.
Emerita, presented "Lowell Women's Week: 20 Years of Innovation, Diversity
and Sustainability" at the Society for Community Research and Action Biennial
that explored how to better incorporate project-
based learning into the curriculum at Worcester
Polytechnic Institute's 2015 Institute on Project-
Based Learning. The MCC team consisted of
co-coordinators, hosted the fourth annual Get Inspired! Conference involving
faculty, administrators and students from Middlesex and nearby institutions.
The theme of the conference was Teaching in a Global Society. Dr. Theresa Y.
Austin of UMass Amherst delivered the keynote address, which was followed
by a panel featuring
2015 summer edition of Living Education eMagazine.
March gathering of children and family law attorneys in
Cambridge. And to the same audience, he presented in
May in Boston on guardianships for children. Professor
Kilkelly also presented in late May to Middlesex County
From the Bench Conference in Watertown.
NEA National Heritage Fellowship
for the Arts National Heritage Fellowship, the nation's highest honor in the folk
and traditional arts, in a recent ceremony in Washington, D.C.
community and many people and organizations in Lowell and Boston that have
helped me to continue in preserving Cambodian art, and especially my family,"
Cambodian art and Khmer culture, giving it a high value. This award makes my
will to continue stronger, to join with the community to do more activities to
preserve Khmer culture, lift them up higher if possible for the young generation.
Now we can create more, not specifically just for Cambodian people, but for
be one of the few ceramists to survive Cambodia's brutal Pol Pot-era genocide,
and the only known to be living in the United States. Since coming to the U.S.
in 2001, Livan has participated as an artist-in-residence at Harvard University,
and taught at Youth-Art-In-Action, an after-school and summer program for
urban youth at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
Council Artist Fellowship. He and longtime friend and fellow master ceramist
Kang Proeung built a smokeless, wood-fired kiln on the grounds of Lowell
National Historical Park. Livan uses the kiln to share the traditional techniques
as part of Middlesex ceramics courses and the park's public programs.
Fellowships Concert webcast, visit www.arts.gov/honors/heritage