With 3D printing, Guerra created a prototype of a proposed new sculpture, “Disarmament.” Alejandro de la Guerra is an Artist Protection Fund Fellow in residence at El Instituto. Link to the story
Neag Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership, Milagros Castillo-Montoya, will be honored with a 2021 AAUP Service Excellence award, and Assistant Professor-in-Residence Jesús Ramos-Kittrell will receive a 2021 AAUP Teaching Innovation award. A virtual ZOOM ceremony is planned on Wednesday, April 28th, at 1:00 pm. Any and all who wish to attend are welcome. Please RSVP […]
Read the UConn Daily News story, and see the event videorecording: Siempre Presentes!
Read this UConn Magazine feature on Instituto alumna Pauline Batista (MA 2016).
The UndocuPeer training is a two-hour virtual interactive program facilitated by currently and formerly undocumented students that focuses on increasing educators, counselors, and administrators’ knowledge and skills for supporting undocumented students and advocating for institutional changes to ensure access, safety, and belonging for all students regardless of immigration status. Developed by undocumented students, trainers provide […]
Read the UConn Today article.
Read more about Cardona’s life story
For Scott Wallace, remote learning means getting off the beaten path. Read article.
Latinx and Latin American Studies MA graduates, Pauline Batista and Lauren Pérez-Bonilla (now doctoral students in UCONN Geography and Education, respectively), together with History doctoral student Claudio Daflon, have been awarded an Initiative on Campus Dialogs (ICD) Fellowship to develop a year-long project, “Vamos!” Vamos! seeks to gather UConn’s growing Latinx population within a space […]
A recent story in UCONN Today featured research on Latinx Huskies’ experiences at UConn and after college. The project was led by Brianna Chance (SFA ’23), La Comunidad student and vocal performance (Music) major, with the guidance of founding Comunidad Director and Communication and El Instituto core faculty member, Diana Rios.