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AUGUST 4, 2014 - OUR HISPANIC ART ISSUE

Hispanic Actress Wants to Make a Difference by Diana Saenger

Cal State Fullerton’s Arts Week – Life Lessons with an Artistic Flare by Frank DiMaria

The Old Spanish Masters by Michelle Adam

Museum of Latin American Art Presents Photographs by Manuel Carrillo by Marilyn Gilroy

Priming the Pump: Being Selective With Screen Time Helps Students Learn by Miquela Rivera




The Hispanic Outlook Vol. XXIV Editorial Index

Compiled by Mary Ann Cooper

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education is pleased to present its annual editorial index, which includes listings of all articles published during from October, 2013 to September, 2014. It is listed chronologically by the table of contents of each issue. Along with our regular contributors and columnists listed in the index below, HO is fortunate to have regular columnists, Carlos Conde (cdconde@aol.com), Gustavo Mellander and Margaret Sands Orchowski who add an invaluable dimension to the magazine. More information about their individual columns can be obtained by contacting them by email or through our offices at info@hispanicoutlook.com.

OCTOBER 7, 2013

Pilot Program in Oregon Motivates Transfer Students by Frank DiMaria

Undergraduate Research Lab Sets Miami Dade Apart by Michelle Adam

Professor Edu Apps-ology by MaryAnn Cooper

College Completion Rates Move Up But Many Are Left Behind by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Experts Assess Impact of the Fisher Decision by Jeff Simmons

Priming the Pump: Intangible Benefits of a College Education by Miquela Rivera

OCTOBER 21, 2013

UTPA Professor and Innovator Tapped for White House Meeting on Immigration Reform by Frank DiMaria

The Missions of San Antonio Recount Spanish History by Michelle Adam

Noteworthy Hispanics Who Have Lived Extraordinary Lives by MaryAnn Cooper

What Would America Be Like Without Hispanics? by Stephen Balkaran

Dreamers Could Make or Break Immigration Reform in 2013 by Margaret Sands Orchowski

Priming the Pump: Latino Students: To Get Your Mind Going, Exercise by Miquela Rivera

NOVEMBER 4, 2013

Paid Internships Offer Best Path to Jobs by Frank DiMaria

Universities Offer Help to Employees with Caregiving Responsibilities by Michelle Adam

GWCC’s New President Fosters Innovation and Entrepreneurialism by Marilyn Gilroy

USF Introduces Health Informatics Programs to Meet Growing Demand by Gary M. Stern

Breaking Through To Worlds of Success by Jeff Simmons

Priming the Pump: The Benefits of Volunteerism by Miquela Rivera

NOVEMBER 18, 2013

Higher Ed Groups Submit Recommendations for Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act by Paul Hoogeveen

The ABC’s of MOOCs: What It’s Like to Enroll by Justin Pope

Business Still Most Popular College Major by Michelle Adam

CHCI Cultivates the Next Generation of Latino Leaders by Gary M. Stern

SATs and College Preparedness: Demographic Gaps are Widening by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Priming the Pump:Parental Engagement is Crucial to Latino Student Success by Miquela Rivera

DECEMBER 2, 2013

A Call for New Strategies to Address Student High-Risk Drinking by Paul Hoogeveen

Rául Sánchez Joins Stony Brook to Oversee Title IX by Frank D. Maria

Handling Generation X and Millennial Employees: Why do they leave, and why do they stay? by Andrew M. Peña

ENLACE Helping First-Generation Latino Students Succeed by Gary M. Stern

Report Says Majority of Two-Year Transfer Students Complete Bachelor’s Degree by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Priming the Pump: Supporting Latino Non-traditional Students by Miquela Rivera

DECEMBER 23, 2013

Court Rulings on Academic Freedom and Loyalty Oath Cases Offer History Lessons by Frank DiMaria

CharlotteLaw Edge: A New Law Curriculum for a New Generation of Students by Frank DiMaria

Helping Latinos Secure Access to Law School by Michelle Adam

Latest Law School Survey of Student Engagement Results by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Evaluating Hispanics in Law: Another Way to Look at It by Mary Ann Cooper

Priming the Pump: Learning From Failure by Miquela Rivera

JANUARY 13, 2014

The Face of Higher Education in 2013: MOOCs and Memes by Mary Ann Cooper

Hispanic Students: 2013 Statistical Survey by Marilyn Gilroy

2014: The Year Higher Ed Will Strike Back Against Its Critics by Mary Ann Cooper

Targeting Higher Education: 2013== A Year to be Remembered by Gustavo A. Mellander

JANUARY 27 (2014)

Pay It Forward: An Ambitious Oregon Initiative Creates Hope and Controversy by Paul Hoogeven

Hispanic Families Using More Outside Sources to Pay for College by Frank DiMaria

A Helping Hand in Financing Education by Michelle Adam

Are Hispanic Millennials Leading Their Generation? by Peggy Sands Orchowski

Report Warns of Dangerous Long-Term Consequences of Student Debt by Mary Ann Cooper

Priming the Pump: Frank Talk with Latinos about Higher Ed by Miquela Rivera

FEBRUARY 10, 2014

Bilingualism and Cultural Identidad as Pathway to STEM by Paul Hoogeveen

American Dream Vanishing for Today’s First-Generation College Grads by Frank D. Maria

Latino Education Conference Focuses on Teachers, Parents and STEM by Michelle Adam

Texas Consortium Launches Initiative to Help Latino Males by Marilyn Gilroy

Inequality Growing at Public Four-Year Colleges by Angela Provitera McGlynn

by Miquela Rivera Priming the Pump Disadvantage: Hispanics

FEBRUARY 24, 2014

CONTRIBUTORS: Yvette Donado, Sylvia Mendoza, Angela Provitera McGlynn, Miquela Rivera

Women in Mariachi Music: An Untamed Spirit by Sylvia Mendoza

Latinas in Higher Education: Succeeding Against All Odds by Mary Ann Cooper

Reshaping the Latina Narrative in Higher Education by Michelle Adam

Mentors a Key to Latinas’ Success by Yvette Donado

Equity for Women Working in Academia Goes from “Bad News” to “Plodding Progress.” by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Priming the Pump: Latinos Must Learn the Rules of Higher Ed by Miquela Rivera

MARCH 10, 2014

Top 10 Imperatives for Successful Governing Boards by Jeff Simmons

New App Builds Mobile Campus by Frank D. Maria

Detained in the Desert: Protesting the Unjust through the Power of a Pen by Sylvia Mendoza

Latino Studies Programs Gaining in Popularity by Marilyn Gilroy

Project Aims to Increase First-Generation and Disabled STEM Majors by Gary M. Stern

Priming the Pump: Routines Can Be Habits for Success by Miquela Rivera

MARCH 24, 2014

Creating a “Single Stop” to Fast-Track Assistance by Jeff Simmons

Entrepreneurship Education Helps Community College Students Create Their Own Jobs by Frank D. Maria

Report Shares High-Impact Practices for Student Success by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Report Examines Inequities in California Latinos’ Choice of College by Michele Adam

Business and Community College Partnerships Help Grow Skilled Workforce by Mary Ann Cooper

Priming the Pump: How Humor Helps by Miquela Rivera

April 7, 2014

by Mary Ann Cooper Graduate Degrees for Hispanics: Great Strides Made, More Needed

CSUSM Adopts Recruitment and Retention Strategies by Frank D. Maria Hispanic Engineers Face Global Competition for Grad School by Peggy Sands Orchowski

McNair Program Helps Hispanics Reach Graduate School by Michelle Adam

Posse Foundation Launches STEM Scholarships by Gary M. Stern

Priming the Pump: One Step at a Time by Miquela Rivera

April 21, 2014

Niagara University: Advancing Hispanics in the Hospitality Industry by Jeff Simmons

MOOCs Are All the Rage by Frank DiMaria

College Completion Rates Stable But Pathways Are More Diverse by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Michigan Universities Reach Out to Growing Latino Population by Michelle Adam

Spain’s Gilded Age On Display at SMU’s Meadows Museum by Rosie Carbo

Masters- to- PhD Bridge Program Increasing Minority Doctoral Students in Sciences By Gary M. Stern

Priming the Pump: On Developing Self-Identity by Miquela Rivera

May 5, 2014

Study Finds College Brochures Distort Diversity by Frank DiMaria

What’s Happened to Comprehensive Immigration Reform? by Peggy Sands Orchowski

College Opportunity for Low-Income Students Becomes Priority by Michelle Adam

A Recovering Economy Slows Increases in Tuition by Mary Ann Cooper

Colleges Offer Lessons in Increasing Success Rates for Low-Income Students by Marilyn Gilroy

Positive News on Hispanic High School Graduation and College Enrollment Rates by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Priming the Pump: The Power of the Plan by Miquela Rivera

May 19, 2014

Mobilizing the College Experience at Del Mar College by Michael Bratten

Re-thinking the Admissions Process by Frank DiMaria

The Economic Story of Higher Education: Stratification and Inequities by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Life Lessons Recounted in Groundbreaking Book on Latino College Presidents by Michelle Adam

CSAs for Low-Income Families Jump-Start Savings for College by Jamaal Abdul-Alim

Puente Program Helps Community College Students Transfer to UC Riverside by Gary M. Stern

Priming the Pump: Calling All Role Models by Miquela Rivera

June 9, 2014

Business Leaders for Michigan Develop a Performance-Based Funding Model by Frank DiMaria

Rolando Hinojosa-Smith: Writing About Life and Truth in Border Towns by Sylvia Mendoza

Helping Latino Students Develop Confidence to Learn and Succeed by Mario Rivas

Franklin & Marshall’s College Prep Program Steps Up Diversity by Gary M. Stern

Graduation Rates Improve Dramatically via Accelerated Study in Associate Program by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Priming the Pump: On Paying Attention to Details by Miquela Rivera

June 30, 2014

NMSU Medical Program Brings Diversity and Science Together by Michelle Adam

Student Hispanic Dental Association Bridges Oral Care Gap by Frank DiMaria

ACA Creates Urgent Need for Hispanic Health Care Professionals by Mary Ann Cooper

Helping Hispanic Students Cope with Mental Health Issues by Sylvia Mendoza

Meeting the Health Care Needs of an Older Hispanic Population by Jeff Simmons

Priming the Pump: Self-Respect as an Antidote to Bullying by Miquela Rivera

July 14, 2014

Lawsuits Against Fraternities Reveal Risks and Responsibility by Frank DiMaria

Rebels with a Cause: An MFA Program for Future Innovators by Sylvia Mendoza

Latino Graduation Rates Propelled by College Initiatives by Jamaal Abdul-Alim

HISPA Helps Students Find Pathways to College by Marilyn Gilroy

New PEW Findings Support the Value of Higher Education by Angela Provitera McGlynn

Priming the Pump: Learning to Ask for Help by Miquela Rivera