In celebration of our student scholars and photographers, we cordially invite you to a Student Forum & Photo Exhibit. Refreshments will be served.
To wrap up our 25th anniversary celebration and kick off Alumni Weekend, please join us for a free, public gala that showcases the work on borders, labor, home, and mobility by our remarkable undergraduate and graduate students. Four students will offer brief presentations about their cutting-edge research, and we'll exhibit the first-, second-, and third-place photos in our inaugural photo scholarship.
Free, public event. Please register in advance.
Banner photos (from left to right): Family Makes Home, by Alonso Hernandez (politics, College Ten); Cabrona, by Jennifer Ortiz (arts, Cowell College); Nature's Keyhole, by Justin Tahara (computer science, Rachel Carson College)
Bristol Cave-LaCoste: “'Living Openly and Notoriously': The Sexual Policing of Migrant Women"
Alma Villa (Latin American & Latino Studies/Sociology/History of Art & Visual Culture): "Making Home under Precarious Housing Conditions: The Experiences of Latinxs in Los Angeles, CA"
Eric Medina (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Latin American & Latino Studies): "Self-governance in Small-scale Mexican Fisheries"
Cesar Estrella (Latin American & Latino Studies): "The Demons of Open Borders"