Dr. Danling Fu taught English at Nanjing University, China, for seven years before coming to the US in 1985 to pursue graduate degrees. She majored in linguistics for her undergraduate degree, American literature for her master’s, and literacy education for her doctoral study. Dr. Fu worked with children and their teachers in K-12 classrooms across the US. Her professional training is informed by three different literacy disciplines in the educational systems of two diverse societies. Her teaching and/or research experience is informed by her work in schools with multiple grade levels from kindergarten to post-secondary levels in two countries with wide cultural differences, which has helped her develop into an educator with a broad view, solid knowledge and rich experience.
Dr. Fu grew up in Communist China and went through the Cultural Revolution as a teenager and immigrated to the US as an adult. Her life-experiences shaped her into an individual who developed a deep understanding of life, people(s), and our world.
This conference was co-sponsored with Education Department at UNH.
Click the picture at the right to see the conference lineup! CLICK THIS LINK FOR CONFERENCE MATERIALS!!!
And click here to get more detailed descriptions of the sessions.
The conference will take place in Memorial Union Building & Holloway Commons (I-between 16 & 17; lower right-hand corner of the map), and parking on the weekends are allowed on the streets. There are two public lots colored in blue – Edgewood and Miller Visitor Lots. Edgewood is half a mile away, but there is a free UNH bus that picks up every 20 minutes. Please give yourself ample time to arrive and park on the morning of the conference because there will be another large event in Memorial Union Building on the same day.
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EARLY BIRD UNTIL SEPT. 25: Early bird prices are available now.
- Students: $45
- General admission: $60
SEPT. 26-OCT 23: Regular ticket prices go into effect.
- Students: $55
- General admission: $70
OCT.24-NOV 7: On-Site prices.
- Students: $60
- General admission: $80