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1 Associate Professor of Global Studies Menlo College Florence Moore Hall, 305C 1000 El Camino Real Atherton, CA Phone: (650) EDUCATION School of Education, University of San Francisco, Ed.D. International & Multicultural Education; emphasis in Second Language Acquisition. Outstanding Doctoral Student Award. Dissertation: Adopting Handala: Deconstructing Jordanian and Palestinian refugee notions of coexistence and transnational consciousness. School of Education, University of San Francisco, Master of Arts, International & Multicultural Education. Thesis: Arab American notions of democracy in education post September 11, University of California, Davis, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science; History Minor. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE A. Adjunct Professor, Menlo College, Summer B. Assistant Professor, Menlo College, Fall C. Associate Professor, Menlo College, Fall 2014-present Introduction to Social Sciences Fall 2008-Fall 2015 Explore aspects of individual and collective human condition and human behavior through the lens of sociology, politics, and cultural anthropology. Topics such as urban society and social movements are covered in detail. Mentor students throughout their academic career to ensure student engagement and participation. Women in Business Spring 2009, Summer 2009 Critically examine historical gender and racial discrimination; sexual harassment and affirmative action; race, class, and gender identities in the United States, and the global community. Consult students on research methodologies as well as academic and professional advising.

2 Diversity in the Workplace Fall 2000-Fall 2015 Deconstruct social and political issues and their implications on the workforce. Explore issues of diversity, racism, immigration, human rights, minority rights, ethnic identity, and global citizenship Advise students to build academic, professional, and research capital. Immigrations, Transnationalism & Global Studies Fall 2010-Spring 2014 Proposal and development of course, which explores border crossing, notions of citizenship, and human rights. Engage students and encourage them to critically think about implications of transnational corporations, corporate social responsibility, and outsourcing. Focus heavily on advanced qualitative research projects. Middle Eastern Studies Spring 2010 Comparative study of value systems and codes of conduct embraced by or practiced in the Middle East. Critical examination and analysis of fundamental assumptions. Engaged analyses of living in a post 9-11 world. Global Studies & Gender Relations Summer 2009 Develop independent course tying together globalization and its implications for women of color the world over. Critically examine role of the U.S. in perpetuating or alleviating the status of women of color. Advised student on research techniques and possible actions for global social change. African American Youth in Education Fall 2009 Develop an independent course for senior thesis research paper about African American youth and high school achievement. Notions of institutionalized racism, classism, and possible solutions are explored. Qualitative research project discerning how ethnocentric educational techniques harm African American youth. The Ebonics debate is covered. Working toward a completion of literature review for senior thesis. First Year Experience Fall 2014 Led in class-discussion about first year challenges. Worked on student retention. Discussed First Year Book and generated thematic lesson plans.

3 D. Co-Teacher, Masters Course, University of San Francisco Academic Literacy, Spring 2006, Professor Susan Roberta Katz. Led class discussions on various literacy teaching strategies. Led Blackboard discussions with Masters students. Co-created syllabus and reader. Co-Teacher, Doctoral Course, University of San Francisco Research in Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, Fall 2005, Professor Susan Roberta Katz. Led class discussions on global issues and bilingualism. Presenter: Arabic/Hebrew language acquisition as a vehicle for peace. Led Blackboard discussions with Doctoral students. Co-created syllabus and reader. RESEARCH A. Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications Yacobian, M.M. & Sekerka, L.E. (January 2014). Business Ethics and Intercultural Management Education: A consideration of the Middle Eastern perspective. Journal of Business Ethics Education. Sekerka, L.E., Yacobian, M.M. & Stimel, D. (November 2013). Business Ethics in a Transnational Economy. Paper submitted to the Global Business and Economics Anthology. Marar, M.M. (2011). I know there is no justice: Palestinian perceptions of higher education in Jordan. Intercultural Education Journal, 22 (2). Marar, M.M. (2009). Dual/Duel identities: Jordanian perceptions of academic equity. Intercultural Education Journal, 20 (4). Marar, M.M. (2005). Israel, Intercultural Education Journal, 16 (5). B. Peer-Reviewed International Conference Papers & Presentations Sekerka, L.E., Yacobian, M.M., & Stimel, D. (January 2014). Ethical Decisionmaking in a Transnational Economy: Embracing the Tribal-Collectivist Perspective. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Business & Economics Conference, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Yacobian, M.M. & Michelson, M.R. (April 2014). Genocide Justice: The fight for recognition of the Armenian genocide. Presentation at the National Association of Ethnic Studies Conference. Mills College. Oakland, CA. Lajevardi, N., Yacobian, M.M. & Michelson, M.R. (May 2014). The Unbearable Whiteness of Being Middle Eastern: Causes and Effects of the Racialization of Middle Eastern Americans. Paper presented at the 37th meeting of the Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium (PRIEC), University of California, San Diego.

4 Lajevardi, N., Michelson, M.R. & Yacobian, M.M. (August 2014). The Unbearable Whiteness of Being Middle Eastern: Causes and Effects of the Racialization of Middle Eastern Americans. Poster presented at the 2014 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. Sekerka, L.E. & Yacobian, M.M. (June, 2013). Ethical Decision-making Processes: Beginning to Understand a Middle Eastern Perspective. Paper submitted to the European Academy of Management Annual Meeting (Transculturalism, Diversity and the Future of Management), Istanbul, Turkey. Sekerka, L.E. & Yacobian, M.M. (June, 2013). Understanding Islamic Business Ethics: The Driving Forces of Religious Values and Cultural Tradition. Paper submitted to the Managing in a Global Economy XV: Collaboration, Learning, and Discovery Conference (EAM-I), Seville, Spain. Sekerka, L.E. & Marar, M.M. (April 2012). Understanding Islamic Business Ethics: Advancing Management Education by Examining Middle Eastern Cultural Norms. Paper submitted for presentation at the 56 th Annual Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), San Juan, Puerto Rico. Washington, B. & Marar-Yacobian M. (May 2011). "Pathways to Higher Education for Refugee and Undocumented Populations in Jordan and the United States" at the 55th Annual Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) Conference, McGill University. Montreal, Canada. Marar, M.M. Panel presentation at Hawaii International Education Conference (2006): Emerging Issues in Higher Education Program and Faculty Development. Marar, M.M. Paper session at Hawaii International Education Conference (2006): The Importance of Language Learning in Times of Conflict: A Look at Arabic/Hebrew Language Acquisition. Marar, M.M. Refereed paper accepted to the Hawaii International Education Conference (2006), paper session, The Importance of Language Learning in Times of Conflict: A Look at Arabic/Hebrew Language Acquisition. Marar, M.M. Refereed paper accepted to the Hawaii International Education Conference (2006), Middle Eastern Women in higher education, panel presentation. C. Editorial Experience Reviewed submissions and edited work published in Global Education Review. The depiction of Indigenous People in History: The case of Palestinians in Israel and Native Americans in the United States (July, 2010). Reviewed submissions and edited work published in Global Ed Review. The Influence of Mainstream Film on Education Abroad (July, 2010). Co-Founding Editor of Electronic Journal, Global Education Review (GER), Present Reviewed submissions and edited work published in Global Ed Review. Dominican Republic and Modern Dar Slavery (September 2008). Reviewed submissions and edited work to be published in Intercultural Education Journal; (Spring 2007).

5 D. Manuscripts Sekerka, L.E. & Yacobian, M.M. (2015). Management and Intercultural Consciousness: A Focus on Ethical Decision-Making Comparing Western and Middle Eastern Perspectives. Book Chapter for Teaching Ethics across the Management Curriculum: A Handbook for International Faculty. (Volume 2) (Under Review) Sekerka, L.E. & Yacobian, M.M. (2015). Embedding Diversity and Building Ethical Strength at Google. (Proposal Under Review). E. Media, Local Conference Presentations & Speaking Engagements Invited commentary article A guide to doing business in Iran, L. Sekerka & M. Marar Yacobian. (July 2015); Fortune Magazine ( Yacobian, M.M. (2013) Stanford University Future Faculty Seminar panelist. Course Development and Classroom Management: Techniques for the New Professor. Organizer for: Palestine, Israel and Human Rights: A Symposium. University of San Francisco, Marar, M.M. (2006). Sacred Heart Preparatory Guest Speaker. Living in a post 9/11 World. Reading the World VI Conference presenter and facilitator, Reading the World VII Conference facilitator, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Comparative International Education Society, Middle East SIG, Peace Education SIG, Globalization & Education SIG, GRANTS School of Education. University of San Francisco. Teaching Assistantship grant for doctoral course, Research in Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, for International & Multicultural Education Department, School of Education. University of San Francisco. Teaching Assistantship grant for master s course, Academic Literacy, for Teacher Education Department, FACULTY COMMITTEES

6 Committee member, Personnel Committee, Faculty Senate appointment, & 2015-present Committee member, Curriculum Committee, Faculty Senate appointment, Chair, Personnel Committee Subcommittee for Charles B. Emerick Teaching Award, appointed by Dean of Academic Affairs, Committee member, Appeals Committee, volunteer appointment, Chair, Appeals Committee subcommittee, Fall meeting, English Faculty Search Committee, member, Committee member, AdHoc Research Committee, volunteer appointment, Committee member, Faculty Information Technology Committee, Faculty Senate volunteer appointment, Committee member, GE Review Committee, volunteer appointment, Committee member, First Year Experience and Book committee, volunteer appointment, AWARDS Charles B. Emerick: nominee, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Charles B. Emerick: Teaching Award, Menlo College Student Government Association: Faculty Member of the Year Award, 2011, University of San Francisco: Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, University of San Francisco Merit Scholarship Teaching Award, University of San Francisco Merit Scholarship Teaching Award, RESEARCH INTERESTS Transnational citizenship Human rights education, social movements, and activism Refugee/immigrant education and notions of identity Radical and ethnographic research Conflict resolution and peace education Critical pedagogy Middle Eastern studies, specifically Palestine and Jordan Genocide recognition Sociology of Race, Class, Gendered and Ethnic identities Notions of Diversity and Dominant/Minority relations in the workplace STUDENT CLUB ADVISING Advisor, Black Student Union, 2015 Founder, Black Student Support Group, 2014

7 International Club, Menlo College Student Government Association, Muslim Student Association, Social Club, Intercultural Affairs Club, Golden Arches Society, Gay Student Association, FOREIGN LANGUAGES Spoken Arabic and Armenian Knowledge of Ebonics and French

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