TABLE of CONTENTSLatinas in Higher Education: Succeeding Against All Odds
by Mary Ann Cooper
One of the most underreported stories in higher education is the emergence of Latinas as a dominant percentage of students enrolling in colleges and ... click here
Reshaping the Latina Narrative in Higher Education
by Michelle Adam
When Dolores Delgado Bernal was a child she heard her grandmother and father tell stories about her Hispanic culture that she had never heard outside her house. ... click here
Equity for Women Working in Academia Goes from “Bad News” to “Plodding Progress”
by Angela Provitera McGlynn
Clearly, female students have made great strides in higher education. Just 50 years ago, women comprised only 36 percent of all students in postsecondary education. ... click here
Women in Mariachi Music: An Untamed Spirit
by Sylvia Mendoza
Dr. Leonor Xochitl Pérez walked across the outdoor stage at the Women’s Museum of California in San Diego dressed in a black mariachi charro suit with intricate design, carrying ...
Mentors a Key to Latinas’ Success
by Yvette Donado
Ask a Latina leader what propelled her success, and she is likely to mention having had a good mentor or mentors. Conferences, training and other ...
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