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A member of the First-Year Seminar Faculty in LS&A and Co-Director of LUCY: The Lives of Urban Children and Youth Initiative (a two-year curricular pathway for students interested in teaching, urban and community studies, or both), Joseph also serves as the Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning’s Director of Project Community (peer-facilitated service-learning courses in Sociology). Additionally, he is a Faculty Associate in Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies, and a Field Instructor at the School of Social Work. Recently Joseph’s articles have been published in Teaching Sociology (2006), Teaching about Asian Pacific Americans (2006), Michigan Journal of College Student Development (2005), and Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities (2000). His latest books are Filipino Women in Detroit: 1945-1955, with Emily P. Lawsin (2002), Engaging the Whole of Service-Learning, Diversity, and Learning Communities, edited with Penny A. Pasque, David Schoem and Jeffrey Howard (2004), and Tapestry: Filipinos in Michigan, 1900-1950, also with Emily P. Lawsin (forthcoming).
Michigan Community Scholars Program
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Ann Arbor, MI