Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) and their role in serving students and their communities

October 1, 2020 | 1-2:15 pm

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A Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) is a federal designation for colleges and universities with at least a 25% Hispanic student population. Join our panel of experts who will speak about the role of HSIs in creating racial and educational equity for historically underserved communities and the academic culture that HSIs can create to better serve students and their communities.

Meet the panelists

Sandra D. Garza, Ph.D., Assistant Professor & Coordinator, Mexican American Studies Program, Northwest Vista College

Paul J. Rodriguez, Ed.D., Project Director, Title V: Pivot for Academic Success, UTSA

Erin E. Doran, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Higher Education, Iowa State University

Lilliana P. Saldaña, Ph.D., Associate Professpr and Program Coordinator, Mexican American Studies, Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department, UTSA

Andres Puente, Peer Mentor - FGTSC, President - Hispanic Student Association, Senior - Sports Marketing Major, UTSA


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