Every year, Teach for America places thousands of college graduates and professionals in schools in inner cities and rural areas.
Professor Benjamin Fraser of the College of Charleston spoke to a group of around 60 University of Kentucky faculty and students from a wide variety of disciplines on September 12 about his research.
Professor David Cook-Martin from Grinnell College and Professor Christian Zlolniski from University of Texas will be discussing immigration in politics and beyond.
Contact Carmen Martinez Novo, Director of Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies Program: email@example.com.
Opportunity for the campus community to come together to learn about and celebrate Hispanic and Latino cultures. Food, fun, and door prizes available. All are welcome!
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Sin Pais (Without Country) attempts to get beyond the partisan politics of immigration issues by exploring one family's complex and emotional journing involving deportation.
Contact Rebecca Comage, email@example.com, for transportation needs and questions. We will be providing transportation for the first 20 students who rsvp.
This will be an opportunity for Latino and Hispanic students, faculty and staff to come together to build relationships and network with each other.
Contact Kairise Conwell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Puerto Rican guitar virtuoso Eladio Scharron is joined on stage with flutist Carrie Weisinger.
Contact: Dieter Hennings (email@example.com)
For ten years, Shoulder to Shoulder Global has been serving impoverished communities in and near Santo Domingo, Ecuador. In 2002, Shoulder to Shoulder Global went on its first trip to help people in need of medical care. Groups of students, healthcare professionals, faculty and volunteers have been visiting multiple times a year ever since. Though the group’s goal is to provide healthcare, any interested student or community member can participate.