Ethnic Studies &

Critical Gender Studies

at UC San Diego

Fall 2018

InfoSessionPoster_UCSD.pdf


Event Flyer.pdf



nutrition.pdf


WMST GRAD FLYER.pdf



Eli Clare Lecture.pdf


My name is Tom K. Brown, and I’m the coordinator of UCSD’s McNair Program, which helps first-generation college students from low-income families and students from underrepresented ethnic groups to prepare for graduate research and professorial careers.

I’m sending this message to you to request that you pass along to students the following (and attached) information about our McNair Program. The program annually runs from November through 8 weeks of the summer, and gives students the opportunity to do research in the academic field of their choosing. Currently—through October 24th—we are accepting applications for admission to the program. If possible, please post and distribute the attached flier and the information about the application process.

Every year, the program admits students and provides them with the opportunity to do research under the guidance of a faculty member and to receive money for summer research. We now seek applications from students with an interest in research and a strong academic record and who will be UCSD juniors and seniors this fall. Over 80 of the program’s alumni have already earned their PhD’s, and dozens more are currently enrolled in graduate programs.

To be eligible, students must be U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents and should have a cumulative GPA of least a 2.9 and must be either (1) a first-generation college student qualifying as “low income” by Federal Standards or (2) a member of an ethnic group underrepresented in American universities (African American, Native American, Alaskan Native, Chicano/Latino or Pacific Islander).

Applications are due on October 24th for the 2018-2019 McNair cohort, and are ordinarily submitted online. The application requires a letter of recommendation by a faculty member and a statement of purpose (among other requirements) and so students should begin the application process soon.

To apply, students should go online to aep.ucsd.edu, click on “McNair Program,” and follow the instructions provided there.

Applications are online at our web site: https://students.ucsd.edu/sponsor/mcnair/

If you have any questions, please contact me at the email address or telephone number listed below.

Thank you very much for your assistance!

Sincerely,

Thomas K. Brown

Thomas K. Brown, PhD

Coordinator, McNair Program

Department: Academic Enrichment Programs

University of California, San Diego

tkbrown@ucsd.edu

Tel.: 858-534-2937

FAX: 858-534-8895



Flyer Diversity in Planning Workshop.pdf


Memory_CFP_Fall_2018_v2-1.pdf


Program-ONESIDED-HongKong.pdf


RSVP here


Vets.pdf


ccis.pdf


IDGC 2018 flyer_PDF.pdf


Application packet can be found : http://files.constantcontact.com/dd875897501/ff28e363-8d85-4fde-9b33-a48b0698a65b.pdf

Questions? Please contact Lindsie Bear, Native Cultures Fund Program Director at LindsieB@hafoundation.org

Graduate student mentor (3).pdf


UCLA Law Fellows Program

School of Law ~ Academic Outreach Resource Center

Dear Law Fellows,

We in the Academic Outreach Resource Center are in the process of soliciting applications for the 2019 Law Fellows Program. Please find attached a copy of the 2019 Law Fellows Program application. We would like you, one of our most valuable resources, to help identify potential applicants for this year’s Program.

As you know, The Law Fellows Program provides early academic development to high-potential undergraduate students and college graduates, with at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA at a four-year undergraduate institution. The initial deadline is September 28, 2018. Although we will continue to accept applications after the initial deadline, we highly encourage applicants to submit their applications as early as possible to ensure maximum consideration. The program activities will commence in January 2019, and admission decisions for the program will be made throughout December.

Please forward this electronic application to any individuals who you think may be a good match for the program. The attached PDF file may be completed electronically and submitted to Outreach@law.ucla.edu. Anyone who is unable to complete the document electronically may print the application, complete it by hand and submit it to us by email, regular mail or fax (as indicated on the document). For those who are not able to access the attachment, they may provide us with their mailing address or fax number to receive a paper copy.

For any additional information, please encourage prospective applicants to contact us at (310) 794-4157 or Outreach@law.ucla.edu.

Thank you for all that you do to support the Law Fellows Program!

Warmly,

Leo Trujillo-Cox, J. D.

UCLA School of Law

Executive Director of Academic Outreach

Monica Mar, J.D.

UCLA School of Law

Assistant Director of Academic Outreach

Application for UCLA Law Fellows can be found here.

The Institute for Critical Social Inquiry (ICSI) at the New School for Social Research is pleased to announce that we are now accepting fellowship applications for our 2019 Summer Seminars (June 9 - 15, 2019). Advanced graduate students and faculty are eligible to apply. Applications are due December 15, 2018.

Apply here.


Bull_DTPposter_11x17(lCAMPUS).pdf


Dear Community Members and Faith Leaders,

Are you interested in issues surrounding policing in your area? Do you want to learn how religious leaders are getting involved to build trust and restore the relationship between the police and communities in San Diego County? Take a look at July’s newsletter here.

On January 31, the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (Kroc IPJ) at the University of San Diego launched a handbook and website in collaboration with the San Diego Organizing Project (SDOP) and the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego. These resources are for religious and community leaders to use to improve relationships and build trust between police and community members, and they were informed by more than 80 conversations with religious leaders, law enforcement, and community members across San Diego County.

The Kroc IPJ is now building and supporting community cohorts of religious leaders to identify challenges and develop solutions to improve police-community relations in their specific areas. Stay updated about police-community events in your area and learn more about the leaders in your community taking the initiative to restore the relationship with the police in our monthly newsletter.

Jessica Dockstader

M.A. Candidate, Kroc School of Peace Studies

Building Trust Partnership, Intern


Public_Allies_Recruitment_Flier_-_2018.pdf


NWSA Flyer 2018.pdf


GraduateProgramBrochure_EthnicStudies_CSU.pdf