|April 3, 2015|
|12:00 pm||to||1:30 pm|
Jane Grant Conference Room
330 Hendricks Hall
1408 University St.
Professor Gerardo Sandoval (PPPM), associate director of CLLAS, will lead this session for those interested in submitting a proposal for a CLLAS Faculty Seed Grant. Deadline for grant proposals is Friday, May 1, at noon.
CLLAS Associate Director Gerardo Sandoval Named as 2015 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award Winner
January 14, 2015—Gerardo Sandoval, associate director of the UO Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, is among three UO faculty members being honored next week as a 2015 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award Winner. Dr. Sandoval, an assistant professor in the UO Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management, will be recognized for his commitment to making the UO campus a welcoming place and for embodying Dr. King’s humanitarian spirit during an awards luncheon hosted by the UO Division of Equity and Inclusion on Wednesday, January 21.
Dr. Sandoval has served as associate director of CLLAS since Fall 2013. He leads grant-writing seminars and coordinates the CLLAS research action project Advancing Latino Equity in Oregon. He has been reaching out to Latino communities in Oregon by working with UO graduate students to design and test an outreach approach that meaningfully engages Latino communities. Dr. Sandoval was recently honored as the 2014 winner of the prestigious Chester Rapkin Award for best article from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning.
Congratulations to Dr. Gerardo Sandoval! Congratulations also go out to MLK Award Winners Deb Casey, director of Student Support Services, UO Teaching and Learning Center, and to Dr. Karla Kennedy, Scholastic Outreach Coordinator PDX for the UO School of Journalism and Communication.
Read updates about action-oriented CLLAS research projects in the latest edition of the CLLAS Notes, the newsletter of the UO Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies. You can learn more about books recently published by faculty associated with the mission and goals of CLLAS. You can read articles from faculty and graduate students about CLLAS-supported research and events, including an ethnographic study of hip hop in Havana, Cuba, and a hands-on approach to engage Latino community members in the complexities of planning and public policy decision-making. You’ll learn about CLLAS’s first Scholar-in-Residence; the Globalization, Gender & Development Conference held in October; and ways in which UO students benefitted from an innovative partnership on cultural competency.
If you’re on the CLLAS mailing list, watch for your print edition soon. If you would like to join the CLLAS mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|May 13, 2015|
|7:00 pm||to||9:00 pm|
182 Lillis Hall
955 E. 13th
The 2015 Bartolomé de las Casas Lecture in Latin American Studies presents
Students Benefit from Innovative Partnership on Cultural Competency
by Eli Meyer, Assistant Director, CLLAS
Starr Miller is one of six UO graduate students who underwent special diversity training through the Intercultural Competency Program (ICP), an innovative partnership between CLLAS; the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management; and the Center for Equity Promotion. When asked what she learned from her ICP experience, Miller—a graduate student in the Department of International Studies who interned with the Nicaraguan Ministry of Health in Nicaragua, said that not only had she increased her Spanish language skills by an incredible degree, she improved her field research skills and learned about navigating professionally within a different culture. › Continue reading
For more information: http://international.uoregon.edu/guatemala/antigua
This program is ideal for undergraduate students interested in History, Latin American Studies, Human Rights, Journalism, Anthropology, Sociology, International Studies, Political Science, Cinema Studies, Archeology, and Ethnic Studies. Coursework includes a Latin American Studies course taught in English by three UO Professors: Carlos Aguirre (History), Gabriela Martínez (School of Journalism and Communication), and Stephanie Wood (Wired Humanities Projects, College of Education).
- Antigua is a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage site located in the central highlands of Guatemala, close to the capital city.
- This 3-week program features excursions to Guatemala City and to the Maya ruins of Copán.
- Three UO professors will teach a 6-credit seminar called LAS 407: Human Rights in Guatemala: Truth, Justice, and Memory, focusing on the history and legacy of a violent civil war that lasted over 30 years in Guatemala.
- Students will have the opportunity to hear from local organizations and individuals who are actively involved in the pursuit of social justice, truth, and reconciliation.
- Using photos, films, primary sources, and other texts, students will write a short research paper with the guidance of faculty leaders.
Access the above link for giving to the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies Gift Fund. Online gifts may be made using the form available at this link; all gifts are processed by the University of Oregon Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization responsible for receiving and administering private donations to the University of Oregon.
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- CLLAS Symposium: “Public Engagement in Latin@ and Latin American Studies”
- CLLAS 2015 Seed Grant Competition for Faculty Collaborative Research Groups
- Critical Ethnographies: a graduate student workshop with Jafari Sinclaire Allen
- Jafari Sinclaire Allen: “Black/Queer Here & There: Ethnography of An Idea”
- CLLAS Director Lynn Stephen Receives Two Significant Professional Awards
- CLLAS Professional Development: Publishing Workshop with Gisela Fosado