CLRC News for 2008-2009
Graduate Education Opportunities Series
for Chicana/o, Latina/o, and Indigenous/Native undergraduates who are
thinking about, planning, and/or preparing to pursue graduate education
Fall Quarter 2008*
November 7/11:30-1pmLaw School Panel, with Professor Jennifer Chacón, and law students, Gabriela Flowers and Erick Gutierrez, Andrews Conference Room, 2203 SSH (in the History Dept. corridor, second floor)
MALCS campus chapter Plática with Professor Jennifer Chacón,an informal conversation for Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous women of the Americas to hear about Prof. Chacón’s professional experiences with Q & A opportunities, Mayhew Conference Room, 2234 SSH (in the Sociology Dept. corridor, second floor)
Men’s Platica with Professor Luís Guarnizo, Human and Community Development, an informal conversation for Chicano,Latino, and Indigenous men to hear about Prof. Guarnizo’s professional experiences with Q & A opportunities,
Mee Room of the MU.
Chicana/o, Latina/o Graduate Student Dinner, University Club, to support community building, motivation, and empowerment for undergraduates, sponsored by Graduate Studies
*There will be a Winter Quarter Series and a Spring Quarter Series. If you are interested in participating or helping in any way, please let the planning committee know. Planning committee members include: Inés Hernández-Avila, firstname.lastname@example.org, Alma Martinez, email@example.com, Lisceth Cruz, firstname.lastname@example.org, Emilio Camacho, email@example.com, Rosalba Valdovinos, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Graduate Education Opportunities series is sponsored by: the Chicana/Latina Research Center, Chicana/o Studies, La Raza Culture Days, GAAP/SRRC, and the MALCS campus chapter