The UCLA Cesar E. Chavez Department of Chicana/o Studies is pleased to invite applications for an open Assistant Professor search. We invite applications from outstanding candidates for an open position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin July 1, 2020. Over the past decade, the department has grown in undergraduate and graduate course offerings, […]
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The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the Institute of American Cultures (IAC) seeks a dynamic and respected scholar to provide intellectual research and programmatic leadership for Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) and invites applications for the position of Director of the Chicano Studies Research Center. Qualifications for success include an outstanding scholarly research […]
Recent UCLA undergraduate student, Manuel Cruz, was featured on LA Opinion. His new dream is to become a lawyer specialized in migration and criminology. One day after graduating from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and hanging the cap and gown, Manuel Cruz started selling fresh fruit on the streets while stroking a […]
The inaugural Chancellor’s Award for Community-Engaged Research, which is supported by the Chancellor’s office and the UCLA Center for Community Learning, has allocated six $10,000 research grants to develop new undergraduate research courses. In each course, students will carry out research activities in partnership with local community organizations. The course will advance their professor’s research goals and […]
Genevieve Carpio, assistant professor of Chicana and Chicano studies at UCLA, was spurred to write her first book by witnessing the injustice of sobriety checkpoints across inland Southern California in the 2000s. Promoted as a tool of public safety, these checkpoints largely targeted undocumented immigrants in majority Latinx communities. Blockades were often placed far from […]
The UCLA César E. Chávez Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies invites people to join them for a symposium that will commemorate the 1993 faculty center sit-in and hunger strike and student efforts that led to the establishment of the César E. Chávez Center for Interdisciplinary Instruction in Chicana and Chicano Studies, which later became a […]
Professor Charlene Villaseñor Black and colleagues from other UC campuses have received more than $1 million in funding as a winner of the 2019 University of California multi-campus research programs and initiatives competition. The funding supports research that advances issues important to California’s residents, environment and economy. To read full article please visit UCLA Newsroom.