Ethnic Studies: Academic Freedom and the Value of Scholarship

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 4:00am to 6:30am
Catalina Room, Student Union Memorial Center Contact: Miranda Joseph Chair, Faculty Senate Task Force on Equity and Fairness & Interim Department Head, Gender & Women’s Studies 520-621-5839

Please save the date and join us for a Forum on Ethnic Studies, Academic Freedom, and the Value of Scholarship

You will hear from distinguished UA faculty about their ethnic studies research, scholarship, and pedagogies, as well as informative presentations on the concepts of intellectual and academic freedom. A concurrent poster session will feature graduate student research related to ethnic studies topics.

Funding Sponsors: Office of the President, College of Education, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, College of Humanities, Gender & Women’s Studies, Graduate and Interdisciplinary Programs, The Graduate College, Office of Outreach and Multicultural Affairs-College of Medicine.

Co-Sponsors: Faculty Senate Task Force on Equity and Fairness, Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, ASUA Initiatives for Maximizing Student Diversity, Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), Mexican American Studies, School of Information Resources and Library Sciences, Ronald McNair Achievement Program, UA/Sloan Indigenous Partnership for Native Americans in STEM Fields, Latin American Summer Research Program, Roberti Program for Native American Graduate Students.