The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education is an Hispanic higher education magazine. Published bi-weekly, The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education covers news, events, and trends of prime importance to academic institutions and professionals, with feature articles on issues affecting Hispanics in higher education

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 6, March

Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program: Student Leaders Take Flight
In seventh grade in 2004, Nataly Rivera was a natural athlete, track and field material and an average student who like thousands of other middle schoolers wanted to find her place in Shelby, Texas. Then she saw an elective class that spoke to her -...
Csun Teams Up with University of Pennsylvania to Increase Latino Faculty in the Humanities
Officials at California State University, Northridge are teaming up with their counterparts at the University of Pennsylvania to launch an unprecedented program to increase the number of Latino professors working in the humanities.The program, Pathways...
Guidance Counselors Aid Latino Students
"He who opens a school door closes a prison. " - Victor HugoThere are at least seven reasons Latino college-bound students can use a good high school guidance counselor.To get to college you must finish high school, hopefully with adequate preparation...
Ha, Ha, Sean Penn's El Chapo Piece Scoops Media
Journalists, particularly the U.S. type, can be a pretentious bunch coming off as the final authority on what they deem to be the paragons of objectivity and media values.Or to put it another way, "it's tainted if it ?taint mine.'" Many had a hissy fit...
My Doctoral Studies Journey
I remember the first national academic conference I attended. It was March 2012, and I was in Costa Mesa, California at the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) conference. The September before, I had just begun my first year...
PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Uses His Past to Help Others
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Ramon Zepeda looks in the young eyes and sees a familiar struggle: duty and devotion to family struggling with dreams and desires for a better life.It's a battle that haunted Zepeda as a teen in Hoke County. It's a battle that children...
The State of Higher Education
Every year, nearly half of all college Freshmen drop out. Some, homesick beyond reason, have to move to a college closer to home. Others transfer to smaller institutions hoping to retain their individuality. Some just can't cope. Unfortunately, however...
The University of Southern Mississippi and Ezra Jack Keats Foundation to Present Awards at Fay B. Kaigler Children's Book Festival
Story provided by The Ezra Jack Keats FoundationThe Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, in partnership with the de Grummond Children's Literature Collection at The University of Southern Mississippi, have announced the winners of the 30th annual Ezra Jack Keats...
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