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Senator Spotlight April 2021

Senator Spotlight

This Month's Senator Spotlight is on Hala King

What unit do you represent?  
Mathematics and Natural Sciences at ASU West.

How many years have you served in the Senate? 
This is my third year.

How many years have you been employed at ASU? 
4 ½ years.

What other institutions have you taught at before coming to ASU? 
American University of Beirut, UC Santa Cruz, Pepperdine University, California Lutheran University

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Hala King

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