Latinos Unidos and Indiana Blood Center are coming together to celebrate Cesar Chavez’s Birthday with a Blood Drive. Our goal is to get 100 pints of blood and 200 donors for the Indiana Blood Center. Help us make it happen!
Reception for Distinguished Asian American Alumni Award Recipient Dr. George Woo
March 31 1:00pm
Students are invited to a reception to talk with Dr. George Woo, this year's recipient of the Distinguished Asian American Alumni Award.
Dr. Woo came to IU as a graduate student to conduct research in vision science and received a Master of Science degree in 1968 and a Ph.D. in 1970 at the School of Optometry.
He became a professor a more »
Colectiva Dinner and Discussion
April 01 7:00pm
The goal of the Colectiva dinner is to provide opportunity for Latino students to stay connected, have fun and foster a sense of community. New and returning students are always welcome. This program is free and open to all. Hope to see you there!
Latinos Studies Brown Bag with Dr. Ginetta Candelario
April 02 12:00pm
“Flesh and Blood: Matters in our Research” is a conversation which considers how gender, sex/uality, race/phenotype, age, (dis)ability, language affect and effect knowledge production through ethnography, interviewing, participant observation, and more.
3rd César E. Chávez Undergraduate Research Symposium
April 02 5:00pm
Bricolage Verstehen: Making Artful Use of Multiple Methods in Researching Latin@s
A Horizons of Knowledge Lecture Keynote Address by Ginetta Candelario, PhD, Smith College.
This symposium honors the legacy of César E. Chávez, the civil rights leader who fought for the rights and dignity of Latina/o workers, immigrants, and more »