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2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Latino and Latin American Studies Program


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College of Arts and Humanities
Ellensburg
Language and Literature Bldg., room  102H
509-963-3347

www.cwu.edu/latino-latin-american
See website for how this program could be used for educational and career purposes.

Director
Stella Moreno, PhD, Spanish, world languages

Faculty
Tracy Andrews, PhD, Anthropology
Daniel Beck, Ph. D, Biology
Elvin Delgado, PhD, Geography
Jason Dormady, PhD, History
Kristine Earnest, Ph. D, Biology
Susana Flores, Ph. D, Education
Gilberto Garcia, PhD, Political Science
Koushik Ghosh, PhD, Economics
Raymond Hall, PhD, Anthropology
Alejandro Lee, PhD, Spanish, World Languages
Eric Mayer, PhD, Spanish, World Languages
Stella Moreno, PhD, Spanish, World Languages
Nelson Pichardo, PhD, Sociology
Craig Revels, PhD, Geography
Fabiola Serra Fuertes, Ph. D, Biology
Chris Schedler, PhD, English 

Program Information
The Latino and Latin American Studies Program (LLAS) seeks to engage CWU students, faculty, staff, and local communities in a study of Latino and Latin American experiences, peoples, and cultures. The LLAS minor provides students with broad, interdisciplinary training in the economic, social, political, and cultural realities of Latino and Latin American peoples. The minor will be extremely valuable for those pursuing careers in business, government, social work, law and justice, and teaching that require engagement with Latino communities in the United States, as well as for those who wish to travel and work in Latin America. Moreover, the Latino and Latin American Studies minor may also serve as preparation for graduate study in multiple academic or professional fields.

Programs

    CertificateMinor

    Courses

      Latino and Latin American Studies (LLAS)

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