Tue, April 3, 2018 | Gordon-White Building Multi-Purpose Room | GWB 2.206 | The University of Texas at Austin
2:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Join UT & UTEP for a Live Webinar!
Join the Latina Researchers Network, The University of Texas at El Paso, and the Latino Research Initiative at The University of Texas at Austin for a live webinar you don’t want to miss! UT Austin and UT El Paso campuses will host concurrent webinars featuring a strengths-based approach to fostering Latina leadership. Open to all researchers.
Austin Webinar begins at 2:30 PM (CT)
Gordon-White Building • GWB 2.206 • UT Austin
Refreshments to follow
Two speakers will present:
Dr. Cynthia de las Fuentes works in private practice offering psychotherapy and assessment services. Previously, she was a Professor of Psychology in an American Psychological Association accredited doctoral program. She has dozens of presentations and publications in her areas of scholarship: ethics in psychology, feminist psychology, and multicultural psychology. She served as the editor of the Texas Psychologist in 2016.
Dr. Guillermina G. Núñez-Mchiri is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of Women and Gender Studies at UTEP. She is also a mother of a 10 year old son in 5th grade. Dr. Núñez-Mchiri is a faculty partner to Wise Latina International’s LEAD program, a leadership initiative for women in El Paso. Her most recent publication is a co-edited book on Community Engagement and High Impact Practices in Higher Education (2018).
Sponsored by: Latina Researchers Network, The University of Texas at El Paso, and the Latino Research Initiative
Original post found here: https://laccha.wordpress.com/2017/03/21/webinar7/
You are cordially invited to the next installment of the Desmantelando Fronteras/Breaking Down Borders webinar series. This event will feature speakers Lefteris Becerra, a Social Sciences Graduate student studying at Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, and Dr. Janet Ceja and Dr. Mónica Cólon-Aguirre, assistant professors in Library and Information Science at Simmons College.
In the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, there is no institution charged with the stewardship and administration of its audiovisual patrimony. During this talk, Lefteris Beccera will lay down the framework for the configuration of a local audiovisual archive oriented towards user’s access to the state’s filmography, aided by digital technologies, which forms the basis of his research project: Formulación de propuesta para la creación del Archivo Audiovisual de Baja California Sur (1895-2016). Currently, he is a visiting researcher at Simmons College under the direction of Dr. Janet Ceja.
As the systematic detention and deportation of immigrants continues to threaten families and communities across the United States, archivists and librarians have an educational and humanitarian role to play in disseminating information on civil and immigrant rights. In this presentation, Dr. Janet Ceja and Dr. Mónica Cólon-Aguirre, will discuss the “records issues” embedded in the information needs of immigrant communities during immigrant raids.
Dr. Ceja and Dr. Colón-Aguirre are working on the Latino Literacy, Librarians and Archivists in Boston project, which focuses on identifying and linking the information needs of the Latino community to outreach services conducted by librarians and archivists in Boston, Massachusetts. Project funded by the Emily Hollowell Research Grant.
The event shall take place in English and Spanish on Monday, March 27, 2017, at the following times:
- USA 2:00PM horas EST / 01:00PM CST / 11:00AM PST
- México D.F. / Honduras 12:00PM
- Quito / Bogotá / Lima 01:00PM
- Buenos Aires/Santiago 03:00PM
- Caracas 01:30PM
Please register for this event HERE and log-in on the day of the event
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