The Paper Trail: Kathleen S. Yep

Learn more about Kathleen Yep, professor of Asian American Studies and Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs at Pitzer College. Through the courses she teaches and her research that focuses on health literacy and immigrant refugee elders, she teaches about social inequities
December 21, 2018
Press Releases

Professor Kathleen Yep Honored with Mayor’s Award for Promoting Literacy in LA Community

Claremont, Calif. (December 8, 2015)—The City of Monterey Park honored Pitzer College Professor of Asian American Studies Kathleen Yep with the Mayor’s Centennial Volunteer Award for the partnership she created between her Asian American Studies classes and the adult literacy program at the city’s public library.  During the awards presentation on November 17, 2015, Monterey [Read More...]
December 8, 2015
Press Releases

Pitzer College Professor Kathleen Yep Serves as Advisor for Asian Pacific Islander Women Oral History Project

Claremont, Calif. (January 23, 2012) — Pitzer College Associate Professor of Asian American Studies Kathleen Yep is the faculty advisor and co-principal investigator project director of Women, Faith & Action: Oral Histories of Asian Pacific Islander Women and Their Faith-Based Activism. Through interviews, digital archives and public forums, this oral history project explores and documents [Read More...]
January 23, 2012
Press Releases

Pitzer College Professor Wins Book Award

Claremont, Calif. (May 14, 2009)— Dragon’s Child by Pitzer College Assistant Professor Kathleen Yep was named a Cooperative Children’s Book Center Choice for 2009. Yep teaches Asian American studies and sociology at Pitzer. The Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) is an examination, study and research library of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The [Read More...]
May 14, 2009