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UH Faculty Diversity Oral History Interview with Helen Nagtalon-Miller IV

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Title:UH Faculty Diversity Oral History Interview with Helen Nagtalon-Miller IV
Contributors:Kodama-Nishimoto, Michi (interviewer)
Nagtalon-Miller, Helen (interviewee)
Keywords:Foreign study.
Multiculturalism
World War, 1939-1945--Hawaii.
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Date Issued:22 Jul 1999
Description:A woman of Filipino descent talks about going to the University of Hawaii and how because of work during WWII and her parents saving money, she was able to attend the school. She recalls her experiences as a college student, being self reliant in order to understand her classes, the hardships of being a teacher and losing certain qualities one has before getting a higher education. She also speaks of becoming aware of social conciousness while studying abroad in France, along with the continental U.S. and finding out the differences between Hawai'i and the places she is studying.
Pages/Duration:25 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/60487
Appears in Collections: UH Faculty Diversity Project


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