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FCE Faculty Member named Guest Editor of Transnational Social Review

Vanaja Nethi, Ph.D.

Vanaja Nethi, Ph.D.

Vanaja Nethi, Ph.D., faculty member in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, has been named a guest editor of Transnational Social Review (TSR) on the focus topic Transnational Education: Teaching and Learning Across Borders. This issue will be published in May 2018.

TSR is a peer-reviewed journal that’s available both online and in print.  It offers an international forum to discuss social work and related disciplines from a transnational perspective.  It was founded in 2010 by an international team of editors and board members and is published three times a year, by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Nethi, who is from Malaysia, is an alumna of the University of London, UK and Cornell University. She joined NSU in 2006 and is responsible for starting NSU’s first blended Doctor of Education program in Asia in 2007 with doctoral cohorts in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul and Shanghai. Her research interests include transnational education, educational technology and STEM. Nethi teaches at the graduate level in research methods, evaluation and STEM education.