To the Friends of Chicano and Latino Studies
It has been my privilege for the past ten years to work with Dr. Louis Mendoza in his capacity as a Professor and Chair of the Department, as well as in his roll as Associate Vice Provost in the Office for Equity and Diversity. It is with sadness that we announce his departure from the University of Minnesota. Yet we are excited by the possibilities that await Dr. Mendoza in his new position with Arizona State University. Dr. Mendoza has been a teacher, friend, and mentor to many students, as well as a trusted colleague to faculty across this campus and beyond.
On Sunday, May 18th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. a special event to commemorate graduating students & their families who major or minor in Chicano/Latino Studies or who are Latina/o students will be held in the Mississippi Room of Coffman Memorial Union. Registration for the event as a graduating student is now closed. More information is provided on the following page.
Professor Luis Ramos-García
Prof. Ramos-García has worked with many human rights organizations as well as theater groups. He will be discussing his most recent trip to Colombia.
Friday, April 25th, 7-8pm
Cafe Southside in S. Minneapolis
Jessica Lopez Lyman's Chicana Studies Class proudly presents this event.
Prof. Jimmy Patiño, Chicano and Latino Studies
"The first time I met César Chávez, I got in an argument with him": Chicano Movement Activists Debate Immigration, 1970-1972"
Friday, April 18th @ Noon in Coffman Room 211