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Linda Pomerantz Zhang, Ph.D.

Title: Professor Emerita, History

Department: History

Office: WH D 440J
Phone Extension: x3307
Email Username: lpomerantz

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Recent Publications and Activities

  • February 2005 “ Using Assessment Data for Continuous Improvement in General Education,” Panel organizer and presenter, American Association of Universities and Colleges Conference on General Education and Assessment, Atlanta GA.
  • March 2004 “Developing a Culture of Assessment in General Education,” American Association of Universities & Colleges Conference on General Education and Assessment: Generating Commitment, Value, and Evidence, Long Beach , CA .
  • January 2001 “Bridging the Digital Divide: Reflections on ‘Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age,” American Historical Association Annual Conference, Boston , MA .
  • April 1998 “University History Teaching for Future History Teachers: A California Experiment,” Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Session on Cultivating Collaboratives: University-School Cooperative Partnerships, Indianapolis , IN.
  • February 1998 “Families: Histories and Mysteries [Zhang family history, 1600-1850],” University Presenters Series, California Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Long Beach , CA
  • January 1997 "Downsizing in the Nineties: A Roundtable," Presentation at American Historical Association Annual Meeting, New York (Published in Perspectives , Newsletter of the American Historical Association, December 1997)
  • June 1996 "Outcomes Assessment," Panel Presentation, Conference on Quality Assessment and Evaluation, American Association for Higher Education, Washington D.C.
  • April 1996 "The Role of Higher Education and Teacher's Subject Matter Knowledge," Panel Presentation, Conference on State Policy and Teacher Learning, Consortium for Policy Research in Education, Philadelphia , PA
  • April 1996 "Chinese Family History: Reconstruction Through Time and Space," Third Annual Celebration of Research, CSUDH
  • February 1996 "Education for Citizenship," Panel Presentation, California Studies Association Annual Conference, Long Beach , CA
  • March 1995 "Chinese Family History," University Presenters Series, California Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Fresno , CA
  • June 1994 "Asian and Asian-American Studies and the New Communications Technology," panel presentation, Asian Pacific American Studies Conference, CSUDH, June 1994


Honors and Fellowships

  • 1991, CSUDH Foundation Research Award
  • 1990, CSU Research, Scholarship, Creative Activities Award
  • 1985, CSUDH Professional and Institutional Development Grant
  • 1984, CSUDH Social and Behavioral Sciences Dean's Research Award
  • 1978-1979, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Asian-American Studies Center , UCLA
  • 1970, Ph. D. With Distinction, UCLA
  • 1966 - 1967, National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship
  • 1966 - 1967, Travel Grant, Academic Senate, UCLA
  • 1965 - 1966, Fulbright Fellow to the Republic of China ( Taiwan )
  • 1964 - 1965, National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship
  • 1960, B.A. With Honors, UCLA


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