Dr. Saeeda Khanum, Fulbright Scholar
Fulbright Scholar from Pakistan Dr. Saeeda Khanum who is currently engaged in research at Harvard University will deliver virtual presentations about Diversity and Inclusion in Pakistan, Abnormal Psychology in the context of Pakistan, and Improving Children’s Math Performance through Evidence Based Training as part of BSC Office of International Initiatives’ Windows on the World Series.
On Monday, November 2 at 9:00-9:50 a.m., Dr. Saeeda Khanum will discuss “Diversity and Inclusion in Pakistan” with students of Education Professor Dr. Amanda Banks.
In the afternoon, from 2:00-2:50pm, Dr. Khanum will discuss “Abnormal Psychology in the context of Pakistan” with students of Psychology Instructor Tara Mullins.
On November 3, 9:30-10:45am, Dr. Khanum will discuss “Improving Children’s Math Performance through Evidence Based Training” with students of Mathematics professors Vincent Mateescu and Dr. Dharshana Arachchi.
Area high school teachers who wish to attend these virtual sessions may request the virtual meeting links by writing to email@example.com or call Dr. Jamkhandi at 304-327-4036.
During the virtual sessions, attendees are requested to mute their microphones until the Q & A segments.
Currently Fulbright Research Scholar at Harvard University, Dr. Saeeda Khanum’s research is focused on Improving Children’s Math Performance through Evidence Based Training. She has presented research scholarship at conferences held at Oxford University and in Tennessee and has been published in scholarly journals in Pakistan, India, the USA, and the UK
Funded by the US Department of State Outreach Lecturing Fund, Bluefield State College’s Windows on the World is designed and coordinated by the college’s Office of International Initiatives.
For further information about Windows on the World featuring Fulbright Scholars at Bluefield State College, please contact BSC’s Office of International Initiatives Coordinator Dr. Sudhakar R. Jamkhandi at 304-327-4036 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.