HSI Pathways to the Professoriate program is looking to change the face of academia and boost the number of Latinos pursuing and completing doctorate degrees at institutions across the country.
Latinos in Higher Education
El programa HSI Pathways to the Professoriate quiere cambiar el rostro del profesorado en EE.UU y aumentar el número de latinos que cursan y completan doctorados en las instituciones de todo el país.
El profesor de Swarthmore Edwin Mayorga lidera un inovador método de investigacion y aprendizaje junto a un grupo de estudiantes universitarios y alumnos de secundaria de los barrios del norte ye el sur de Filadelfia.
The HSI Pathways to the Professoriate program is supporting Latino students from across the country in pursuing doctoral degrees and entering the professoriate.
El próximo sábado 10 de marzo,por segundo año consecutivo, la Asociación de Estudiantes Latinos de Medicina de Drexel estará ofreciendo revisiones médicas y consultas gratuitas para la comunidad hispana en la Escuela Antonia Pantoja, en North Philly.
Swarthmore professor Edwin Mayorga is leading an innovative method of researching and learning along with local undergraduate students and high schoolers from neighborhoods in North and South Philadelphia.
In its second year, the Drexel Latino Medical Student Association’s health fair for the Latino community will offer free screenings and medical consultation on March 10 at Antonia Pantoja School in North Philly.
Local community organizers and university officials outline some of the steps colleges and universities can take to support undocumented students and DACA recipients from enrollment to graduation.
A new NASA-funded project led by Temple University's Victor Gutierrez-Velez could shape the country's environmental policy for years to come.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, other organizations urge congressional action on DACA, call out language used against immigrants in discussions
Roughly half of Latinos in higher education graduate. Researchers and universities are asking why, and what can be done to better support Latino students.
As the commercialism of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday begins to dissipate, Giving Tuesday on Nov. 28 reminds us that there are plenty of good causes that need our help.
Renowned Latina education expert Deborah Santiago will join AL DÍA News on Thursday, Nov. 30, to discuss how institutions can better serve Latino students.