1. Introduction2. American Indians and Alaska Natives and Chinese Ethnic Minorities: Demographics and Higher Education3. American Indian and Alaska Native and Chinese Ethnic Minority Higher Education: Evolution, Characteristics, and Challenges4. Research Design5. Roles in Support of Indigenous/Ethnic Minority Peoples6. Facilitating Factors in Serving Indigenous/Ethnic Minority Peoples7. Challenges in Serving Indigenous/Ethnic Minority Peoples8. Meeting Challenges: Highlights of Strategies and Practices in Serving Indigenous/Ethnic Minority Peoples9. Into the Future: Better Development10. Discussion: A Comparative Analysis11. Conclusion and Recommendations
About the Author:
Weiyan Xiong is Research Assistant Professor at Lingnan University School of Graduate Studies, Hong Kong. Formerly, he was Program Coordinator at the Institute for International Studies in Education at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, and Visiting Student Researcher at the Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. He has published works on indigenous higher education; comparative, international, and development education; and faculty professional development.