Time: 4:45pm - 7:00pm
Location: GRH 1074
TRACING THE UNEXPLORED: A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL PERPECTIVE OF THE HISPANIC YOUTH POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES
PRESENTATION : Challenges faced by Latino immigrants as they cross barriers to transition into a new educational culture. MARCH 29TH, Gary Ransdell Auditorium 1074 at 4:45 p.m.
Presenter: Dr. Gioconda Guerra, Socio-cultural Specialist, Indiana University Southeast, New Neighbors project.
This presentation will explore how the perspectives of Latino immigrant students on discriminatory practices are reconfigured as they cross barriers to transition into a new educational culture (college). Based on a sociological field research, the presenter will facilitate a better understanding of this phenomenon.
This will be a swipeable event, so please encourage WKU students to attend. There is a flyer attached.
There will be a reception following the event.
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This event is sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages, School of Education, Honors College, International Programs and Potter College
Contact: Dr. Sonia Lenk @ Sonia.firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-745-5906