Oberlin Shansi welcomes Harri Santoso, lecturer in the Department of Psychology in Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, Indonesia. He holds a B.A. in Psychology from Universitas Medan Area and a Masters Degree in Special Education from Sultan Idris Education University in Malaysia. Though he grew up in Medan, located in the North Sumatera province, he moved to Banda Aceh, one of the areas most affected by the 2004 earthquake and tsunami, to assist those in need. He worked as a volunteer in the Welfare and Justice Party Respond Team and at many NGOs including the International Medical Corps and Australian Red Cross until 2009. While he’s here in Oberlin, Mr. Santoso will spend time auditing a developmental psychology class, researching autism in the neuroscience department and improving his English through an ESL class. Mr. Santoso will also explore the greater Oberlin community, observing how the campus and the town are equipped for individuals with disabilities. Santoso is very excited to travel in the U.S. and plans to visit Washington DC, and New York City as well as participate in a psychology and education workshop and conference. He is married and has two children, 1 and 4 years old. When he returns to Banda Aceh, he plans to begin a PhD in Special Education.