Service

Current Community and Professional Involvement

Chinese America: History and Perspectives, Editorial Board (2009-present)
Santisuksa: Journal of Peace Studies, Editorial Board (2014-present)
Southeast Asians in the Diaspora, Brill, Editorial Board  (2014-present)
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement (JSAAEA), Editorial Board (2011-present)

Honors, Awards, and Grants

2013
Early Career Award, Association for Asian American Studies
2012 & 2013   
Ernest A. Lynton Award for Scholarship of Engagement for Early Career Faculty, SFSU Nominee
2011
SFSU Presidential Award
2010
Emmett R. Quady Foundation Grant
2008
California Lutheran University Diversity Professor of the Year Award Nominee
2007-08
University of California Presidential Year Dissertation Fellowship
2007   

Courses Taught

210 History of Asians in the United States
211 Contemporary Asian Americans
323 Chinese American Identities
370 Vietnamese in the United States
373 Vietnamese American Identities
377 Cambodians in the United States
570 Southeast Asians in the United States
585 Asian American Religiosities
697 Proseminar in Asian American Studies

Publications

2015

  • History of Asian Americans: Exploring Diverse Roots. Greenwood.

2014

Nicole F Watts

Nicole F. Watts is a professor in the Dept. of Political Science, where she teaches on social movements, comparative politics, nationalism, and the politics of the Middle East and North Africa. Her research interests include protest and dissent, ethnopolitical and national movements, state-society relations, and Kurdish politics and mobilization, particularly in Iraq and Turkey. She is a graduate of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London (1992) and the University of Washington in Seattle (2001).

DR. NICHOLSON'S APA WRITING STYLE ASSISTANCE PAGE


The APA Writing Assistance page provides in-depth assistance with the principle writing style used in Business and Psychology, APA (American Psychological Association) style.  There are several style guides, but APA is the simplest to use.  Using a style guide such as APA helps to organize your work and to make it visually neat and clear.  There are links in this site to MLA, Chicago, Turabian and other style guides.

Tutorials

Obtaining the Information Systems for Management class material (ISYS 363):

  • Setup of Pearson MyLab IT class material (Software and ebook package, available when the semester starts)
  • An additional detailed demo of the eBook reader and the software will be shown in class and provided via iLearn

Links

Technical Support:

Pages

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