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¿Qué pasa, HSIs
Hispanic studies -- United States, Higher education -- United States
Portland State University’s HSI Exploratory Committee
In our first multi-guest episode of ¿Qué pasa, HSIs? I had the honor of sharing space with members of the Portland State University’s HSI Exploratory Committee: Óscar Fernández, Carrie Vasquez, Joe Rivera Soto, & Martín Alberto Gonzalez. We talk about the process of becoming an HSI and the intentional ways that PSU is engaging this process. Our guests talk about the challenges of becoming an HSI and the ways that they have worked with students, and especially undocumented students, as part of this process. We also talk about the unique aspects of becoming an HSI in the Pacific Northwest, an area that has not been covered in HSI research.
Óscar Fernández (he, él), Twitter @OscarPdx82
Carrie Vasquez (they, she), Linkedin: carrievasquez
Joe Rivera Soto (he, him)
Martín Alberto Gonzalez (he, him, his), T: @Scholar4rmOx | IG: @martymoose
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¿Qué pasa, HSIs?, a podcasted hosted by Dr. Gina García, author of Becoming an HSI [Hispanic Serving Institution], Johns Hopkins UP 2019, four UNST faculty and staff summarized work by their PSU/HSI Exploratory Committee to best prepare PSU for becoming a Hispanic thriving institution, with Dr. Óscar Fernández (University Studies faculty), Carrier Vasquez (La Casa Latina, coordinator), Joe Rivera Soto (Office of Student Success, Coordinator), and Dr. Martín Alberto Gonzalez (Chicano Studies faculty),