Category: International Education Research

A Co-constructed Autoethnography Examining National Identity from a Transnational Perspective

Wednesday, May 31
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
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This poster explores conceptualizations of national identity in educational space from a transnational perspective in order to better understand identity formation as it relates to formal and implicit curriculum.

Stephanie McCutcheon

Ph.D. Candidate
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS

Stephanie McCutcheon is pursuing a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas State University. She received a B.S. in Physics from the University of La Verne and an M.Ed. from Claremont Graduate University. Her background is in physics and STEM education equity; bridging the gender gap in science and working in education policy for equitable higher education regulation, such as the gainful employment legislation while working as the American Physical Society's STEM curriculum expert intern at the Department of Education in Washington DC. Her interest in social justice within education expanded to the international sphere while working in the Republic of the Marshall Islands and her research interests include: international education, transnationalism, the globalization of education, student identity formation, learning abroad, education policy, and educational equity.