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This essay outlines important research on female Asian American college students as they weave through the shared experiences of college campus life, and through the multidimensional complexities of identity development. In it, I suggest that colleges should develop programs outside of so-called traditional developmental models and celebrate the history, traditions, and contributions of all student groups through relevant programs and support. In particular, a more formalized theory of development needs to be developed in regard to female Asian American students. The aforementioned point of view is supported in the research literature.
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Wolcott, Gregory V, (2016). Supporting the Success of Female Asian American College Students. In Betty Taylor (Ed.), Listening to the Voices: Multi- ethnic Women in Education (pp 49 - 68). San Francisco, CA: University of San Francisco.