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Digital Borderlands in the Classroom Cohort

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Congratulations to the 8 The University of Arizona faculty chosen for the first Digital Borderlands in the Classroom cohort which starts in July. Fellows Alex Braithwaite, Jacqueline Jean Barrios, Lillian Gorman, Maura Catherine Varley Gutierrez, Jason Jurjevich, Melani Martinez, Moira Ozias & Kristy Slominski will receive funding, training & support to develop curricular materials for student research on the borderlands...

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Congratulations Amanda Bogden!

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Congratulations Amanda Bogden on being selected as a 2024 USDA HSI E.Kika De La Garza Fellowship Program

About Amanda Bogden:
Amanda Bogden is the Internship Program Manager at the Pasquinelli Career Center within the College of Agriculture, Life, and Environmental Sciences. In this role, she guides students in preparing for careers post-graduation. Amanda is also a Doctoral Candidate in Higher Education, focusing her research...

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James McKenzie Receives Prestigious Doctoral Award

May 24, 2024

James McKenzie has been honored with the prestigious doctoral award as one of the inaugural 2024 Elouise Cobell Dissertation Writing-Year Fellows. Congratulations James and also to his advisor Dr. Sheilah Nicholas. This recognition celebrates McKenzie's exceptional academic achievements and contributions. To learn more about this honor and the other fellows.

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Judy Salcido Receives Prestigious Doctoral Award

May 24, 2024

Judy Salcido has been honored with the prestigious 2024 Haury Program Native Pathways Graduate Research Award. This award provides a year of funding to support her writing. Congratulations to Judy and her advisor, Dr. Sheilah Nicholas. To learn more about this award, visit the Haury Program website.

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"Reframing College: Mexican American Students, Higher Education, and Family Restorative Justice" by Cindy Trejo

May 23, 2024

We are thrilled to announce the publication of "Reframing College: Mexican American Students, Higher Education, and Family Restorative Justice," authored by our very own Project Outreach FAMILIA Director, Cynthia Trejo. Published by the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute of Leadership, Equity, and Justice, this insightful report examines the transformative impact of an early college program in San Luis, Arizona.

“This research...

International Studies in Education

May 15, 2024

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student at the University of Arizona? The College of Education at the University of Arizona is exploring interest in developing a new program in International Studies in Education. Your responses to this survey will support us in developing a program based on students' interests and career goals in the field of International Education. Your responses are anonymous.

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Dr. Marcela Kepic featured on KGUN9

May 7, 2024

We're delighted to celebrate Dr. Marcela Kepic's fantastic achievement in being featured for her pioneering research on friendship! Her work, featured on KGUN9 news, focuses on tackling loneliness through the "Sassy Saguaros" friendship group, highlighting her commitment to community well-being. Congratulations to Dr. Kepic for her...

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Community Celebrates Paul Lindsey

April 11, 2024

What a fantastic evening honoring Paul Lindsey's commitment to education and community. From heartfelt speeches to celebrating our amazing Lindsey interns, filled with warmth and gratitude.

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Support our Indigenous Educators - ITEP Crowdfunding

April 4, 2024

Join the effort to empower Indigenous Educators by contributing to our fundraising goal of $5,000 by April 15, 2024. Your donations will support Indigenous students at the University of Arizona pursuing degrees in Early Childhood or Elementary Education. The Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP) focuses on cultivating educators with a culturally sustaining approach. Help make a difference by sharing or donating to our campaign. For more...