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  • Nezia Azmi

    Assistant to the Dean / International Programs

    Department(s)

    • Dean's Office

    Degree(s)

    • 2010 M.A. Asian Studies (Southeast Asia), University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
    • 2010 Certificate, International Cultural Studies, East-West Center
    • 2003 B.A. Economics, Wesleyan University

    Area(s) of Interest

    • International / global education
    • Organizational development
    • Project/program management
    • Arts education
    • Traditional Balinese dance; Performing arts management

    Brief Biography

    Nezia brings over fifteen years of experience in program management, project management and institutional and administrative development, both US- and Asia-based. Her engagements span across a variety of fields including international educational partnership building, public leadership training, business development, world arts education, and performing arts management.

    Contact Information

    Office Phone

    (808) 956 4280

    Office

    Everly Hall 128

    Email

    azti@hawaii.edu

    Homepage

    Visit Nezia Azmi's homepage

    Curriculum Vitae

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    Scholarly Works

      Journal Articles

    • McGraw, A., & Azmi, A. N. S. (2009). Music and Meaning in the Independence-Era Malaysian Films of P. Ramlee. Asian Cinema, 20, 35–59.
    • Azmi, A. N. S. (2008). Tradition and Transformation in the Pelegongan Dance Repertoire. Asian Theatre Journal, 25, 329–343.
    • Presentations

    • Levine, A. J., Frambaugh-Kritzer, C., Chapman De Sousa, E. B., Azmi, A. N. S., Serna, A. K., Tanare, A. B., & Nonaka, C. (2018). Where Am I? Who Am I? Who Are You? Guided Disruption and Culturally Responsive Practice Through International Exchange. Presented at 30th Annual Japan-US Teacher Education Consortium (JUSTEC) Conference, Kyoto, Japan.
    • Levine, A. J., Frambaugh-Kritzer, C., Azmi, A. N. S., Chapman De Sousa, E. B., Tanare, A. B., Serna, A. K., & Nonaka, C. (2018). Where Am I? Who Am I? Who Are You? Guided Disruption and Culturally Responsive Practice Through International Exchange. Presented at 12th International Conference Between Bukkyo University and University of Hawaii at Manoa, Kyoto, Japan.
    • Yu, W. E., Hamamoto, S., O'Neill, T. B., Kino, Y., Jumalon, S., Nagai, H., … Azmi, A. N. S. (2018). Building U.S. and Japan Educational Collaborations through STEMS2: Shared Learning Journeys between the University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa and the University of Tsukuba. Presented at 30th Annual Japan-US Teacher Education Consortium (JUSTEC) Conference, Kyoto, Japan.
    • Azmi, A. N. S. (2016). Leveraging Campus Resources for a Successful International Education Week. Presented at NAFSA Hawai‘i-Pacific District Conference, Spring 2016, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI.
    • Azmi, A. N. S. (2016). The Malaysian Negotiation: In Defense of Cultural Schizophrenia. Presented at Exhibit: “Malay Theatre: Intangible Cultural Heritage and Islam”, East-West Center Arts Program.
    • Azmi, A. N. S. (2016). Islam in Southeast Asia. Presented at Short Term in Hawai‘i Program, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.