• Grad Scholarship Funding

  • Graduate Fellowships, Scholarships, and Grants

    The Instistute for Humane Studies Grad Fellowship

    http://www.theihs.org/humane-studies-fellowships 

    Society for the Study of Social Problems Ethnic Minority Grad Scholarship

    http://www.sssp1.org/index.cfm/m/261/Racial/Ethnic_Minority_Graduate_Scholarship/ 

    Hispanic Scholarship Fund

    http://hsf.net/en/scholarships/programs/

    Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Latina/o Scholarship

    http://www.chci.org/scholarships/ 

    Latin American Educational Foundation Scholarship

    http://www.laef.org/Scholarship

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation Scholarships and Fellowships

    http://akaeaf.org/graduate_scholarships.htm 

    Ford Foundation Fellowship Program

    http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/fordfellowships/ 

    Lagrant Foundation Scholarship for Graduates

    http://www.lagrantfoundation.org/Graduate%20Scholarships 

    American Sociological Foundation Minority Fellowship

    http://www.asanet.org/funding/mfp.cfm

    AERA Minority Dissertation Fellowship Program in Education Research

    http://www.aera.net/ProfessionalOpportunitiesFunding/FundingOpportunities/AERAMinorityFellowshipProgram/tabid/10243/Default.aspx 

    The James Marshall Public Policy Fellowship

    http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewpage&pageid=747

    Applied Urban Communication Research Grant

    http://urbancomm.org/grants-awards/applied-urban-communication-research-grant/ 

     

    Search site for Latina/o Grad Fellowships & Scholarships

    http://www.ppiaprogram.org/ppia/what-we-do/resource-center/ 

  • Pioneer Prep Leadership Institute

  • The individual Pioneer Prep Leadership Institutes for African American students and Latino/a students are designed for college-focused high school juniors and seniors to have a dynamic learning opportunity on the University of Denver campus.

    During Pioneer Prep, participants will be introduced to various topics focused on college access, navigating the college search and application process, career planning, leadership development and cultural awareness through a series of speakers and activities. Attendees will gain valuable insight on what it is like to live and attend classes on a private college campus. In addition, students will have the opportunity to make new friends locally and nationally who are like-minded students passionate about pursuing their educational goals.

    http://www.du.edu/apply/admission/resources/pioneerprep/

  • La Raza Youth Leadership Program

  • The La Raza Youth Leadership Program (Program) is a component of the La Raza Youth Leadership Institute (Institute). The Institute has been organizing the La Raza Youth Leadership Conference (Conference) since 1991. Going into its 18th year and attracting over 1,500 youth (grades 6-12) the Conference is the largest and most respected conference for Latino youth in the state of Colorado. The Program was established in 2004 to provide concentrated leadership building opportunities for a small group of motivated Latino high school students.

    http://larazayouth.org/

  • Café Cultura

  • Café Cultura’s most well-known event has found a home at the Denver Inner City Parish/La Academia, where we consistently attract 150 to 350 people the second Friday of every month. In fact, we host one of the best open mic venues in the Denver metropolitan area, and the only space focused on family and youth. We take pride in featuring amazing poets, musicians, and visual artists from the Denver area as well as those from outside the state. In addition to our monthly open mic, Café Cultura Collective members perform poetry at schools and community functions as well as conduct spoken word and hip hop workshops for youth. We partner with select organizations and schools to facilitate intensive workshops, publish youth poetry, showcase participants at community events, and develop young leaders.

  • Servicios de la Raza

  • Programs include HIV/AIDS case management and mental health therapy, basic emergency services, food bank, client advocacy, children’s clothing, youth programming for ages 16-21, mental health counseling, benefits acquisition and domestic violence victims services.

    Open Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

    Bilingual in Spanish and English

  • Mi Casa Resource Center

  • Today, Mi Casa continues to work toward its mission through an integrated program strategy of Career, Business, and Youth & Family Development services. Mi Casa believes that when members of a family have realistic opportunities to pursue professional, educational and entrepreneurial advancement – within a culturally responsive and supportive environment – the cycle of poverty will be broken.

     http://www.micasaresourcecenter.org/

  • Su Teatro

  • Over 40 years, Su Teatro has established a national reputation for homegrown productions that speak to the history and experience of Chicanos. Su Teatro has created more than 15 original full length productions that have toured widely to venues such as New York’s Public Theater, The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, TX and Plaza de la Raza, Los Angeles, CA.

    Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
    721 Santa Fe Drive
    Denver, CO 80204
    (303) 296-0219

  • DU Latina/o Faculty

  • DU Latino Center for Community Engagement

    http://www.du.edu/latinocenter/index.html 

  • The University of Denver Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship (DULCCES) was founded in 2005 to be the center for Latino voices both inside and outside the university. It is a consortium of interdisciplinary faculty from throughout the university who are committed to placing DU at the center of scholarship, teaching and service related to Latinos in the Rocky Mountain west.

    Debora Ortega, PhD
    Director of DULCCES
    Associate Professor, Graduate School of Social Work

    debora.ortega@du.edu

    Miriam Bornstein Gómez, PhD
    Associate Director
    Associate Professor, Department of Languages and Literature

    mbornste@du.edu

    Bernadette Calafell, PhD
    Associate Professor and Department Chair of Communication Studies

    bcalafel@du.edu

    Elizabeth Escobedo, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Department of History

    elizabeth.escobedo@du.edu

    Rafael A. Fajardo, MFA
    Associate Professor, Electronic Media Arts Design (eMAD), Digital Media Studies (DMS), and Game Development

    rafael.fajardo@du.edu

    Luís León, PhD
    Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies

    luis.leon@du.edu

    Lisa M. Martinez, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminology

    Lisa.Martinez@du.edu

    Daniel McIntosh, PhD
    Professor, Department of Psychology

    daniel.mcintosh@du.edu

    Wendy Mendez, MA
    Lecturer, Department of Languages and Literature

    wmendez@du.edu

    Salvador Mercado, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Department of Languages and Literature

    smercado@du.edu

    Maria del Carmen Salazar, PhD
    Assistant Professor , Curriculum and Instruction, Morgridge College of Education

    msalazar@du.edu

    Oscar U. Somoza, PhD
    Professor, Department of Languages and Literature

    osomoza@du.edu

  • DU Center for Multicultural Excellence

  • Check out the CME website at: http://www.du.edu/cme/

    Frank Tuitt, EdD

    Associate Provost for Inclusive Excellence

    (303) 871-2591

    ftuitt@du.edu

    Stefanie Ungphakorn Cowan, BS

    Office Manager

    (303) 871-2507

    stefanie.cowan@du.edu

    Johanna M Leyba, MA

    Assistant Provost for Campus and Community Partnerships

    (303) 871-7661

    Johanna.Leyba@du.edu

    Anthea Johnson Rooen, MBA

    Director of College Access and Pipeline Programs

    (303) 871-2270

    Anthea.Johnson@du.edu

    Adrienne Martinez, MSW

    Assistant Director, Student Access and Success Programs

    (303) 871-7660

    Adrienne.Martinez@du.edu

    Debra Mixon Mitchell, PhD

    Director of Diversity Recruiting

    (303) 871-6204

    dmixon@du.edu

    Tracey Adams-Peters, MA

    Director of Student and Leadership Development

    (303) 871-7659

    Tracey.Peters@du.edu

    Tom I Romero, II, JD, PhD

    Assistant Provost for IE Research & Curriculum Initiatives

    (303) 871-7784

    tromero@law.du.edu

    Thomas E Walker, PhD

    Director of Educational Programs & LGBTIQA Services

    (303) 871-4614

    Thomas.Walker@du.edu

  • El Centro Humanitario

  • Centro Humanitario Para Los Trabajadores (El Centro) is Denver’s only day laborer center promoting work, dignity and community. The mission is to promote the rights and well-being of day laborers in Colorado through education, job skills, leadership development, united action and advocacy.

    Since 2002, over 1,500 workers have accessed El Centro’s programs, including countless employment and self-improvement opportunities that directly benefit low-income laborers, domestic workers, and immigrants.

     http://www.centrohumanitario.org/about-us/ 

  • Padres y Jovenes Unidos

  • With roots in the struggle for educational justice, Padres Unidos has evolved into a multi-issue organization led by people of color who work for educational excellence, racial justice for youth, immigrant rights and quality healthcare for all. Jóvenes Unidos, the youth initiative of Padres Unidos, emerged as young people became active in reforming their schools, ending the school to jail track and organizing for immigrant student rights. Both Padres and Jóvenes Unidos build power to challenge the root cause of discrimination, racism and inequity by exposing the economic, social and institutional basis for injustice as well as developing effective strategies to realize meaningful change.

    http://www.padresunidos.org/home

This portfolio last updated: 26-Oct-2017 11:48 AM