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Eun-Ja Kim Park
 
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    Dr. Eun-Ja Kim Park is Department Chair and Professor of the Special Education at CSUB. Dr. Park received her Ph.D. from the University of Southern Mississippi in Special Education, and has done her post doctoral studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Park also holds two master's degrees. One in Linguistics from Seoul National University in Korea, and another in Special Education from the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse. Her areas of expertise in special education include Behavior Disorders and Learning Disabilities.

    Dr. Park has been involved in special education teacher preparation over 20 years teaching at Eastern Illinois University, University of South Alabama, Truman State University in Missouri and since 1990, teaching at California State University, Bakersfield. Dr. Park also taught in public school classrooms for seven years.

    Dr. Park's special research interests are geared toward the area of bilingual special education and the educational needs of Asian American students and their families. More recently, her research interests have expanded to the area of assistive technology. In collaboration with public school special education teachers, Dr. Park produced a videotape, "Jenny's Kids" which demonstrated the progress that non-verbal infants and toddlers had made in their communication and language skills by utilizing assistive technology.