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Undergraduate Academic Affairs
University of Washington

Honors student Teresa Dang on what she felt her education was missing

By Kirsten Atik, Jan 26, 2009 Post to digg Post to delicious Post to facebook Post to twitter Post to google Post to stumbleupon Post to technorati Email article link

In the Honors seminar “Teaching What We Know,” Dr. Frances McCue asked students to write a narrative that “reflects upon and challenges what you had known about ‘education.’”

Listen to Teresa Dang read “Fried Dough,” her essay looking at what she felt her education was missing.

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