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Cesar E. Chavez Undergraduate Research Symposium Application Submission
DEADLINE EXTENDED: February 13, 2015

IU undergrads are invited to share their research paper, multimedia presentation, or poster project with the campus community.

Latino Studies Program Dissertation Year Fellowship Program Details
DEADLINE: March 1, 2015
The Latino Studies Program offers a fellowship of $18,000 stipend and student health insurance coverage. It does not include a fee remission. The award will enable a doctoral candidate to engage in work leading to the completion of a Ph.D. dissertation.

Congratulations to 2015- 2016 LATS Dissertation Fellows LaNita Gregory Campbell!

Latino Studies Student Essay Competition 2014-15
DEADLINE: March 1, 2015
The Latino Studies Program invites submissions for Best Essays on Latino Literature, Arts & Culture. Awards of $250 will be given for the best undergraduate and best graduate essays on any aspect of Latino expressive culture.
Essays may be in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Topics may include: literature, language, history, music, folklore, visual & performing arts, cinema, and journalism. Photo essays also will be considered. Open to all IU students.

Congratulations to 2015 award winners:

  • Luis Davila Best Graduate Essay: Cynthia Martinez
  • Luis Davila Best Undergraduate Essay: Emily Wagoner
  • Honorable Mention: Lizeth Achury


2015- 16 CALENDAR

Brown Bag Discussion at La Casa, Jan. 16
Dr. Cynthia Bejarano (New Mexico State University) will share her most recent research on, "Border Indignities: Violence, Vulnerability and ‘Death’ for Children and Youth at the U.S.-México Border."

Spring 2015 Latino Film Series
Four films will be screened throughout the semester in La Casa (Latino Cultural Center) at 7:00pm.

200 Cartas | January 21

Juan De Los Muertos | February 11

The Milagro Beanfield War | March 11

The Long, Long Trailer | April 8

Surviving and Thriving: Minority Graduate Student Professional Development Series
Professional workshops aimed to help minority graduate students face the challenges of graduate school and prepare them for the job market.

General Professional Development | January 23 at 1pm- 4pm

Research | February 27 at 1pm- 4pm

Grant Writing | March 27 at 1pm- 4pm

Publications | April 24 at 1pm- 4pm

Cesar E. Chavez Undergraduate Research Symposium
EXTENDED DEADLINE: February 13, 2015

IU undergrads are invited to share their research paper, multimedia presentation, or poster project with the campus community.

Latino Studies Dissertation Fellowship, DEADLINE: March 1
For doctoral candidates in the college working on Latino/a topics

Latino Studies Essay Competition, DEADLINE: March 1
Best Undergraduate and Graduate Essays in Latino Literature, Arts & Culture

Cesar E. Chavez Undergraduate Research Symposium
April 2-3, 2015

Oak Room, Indiana Memorial Union
April 2
A Horizons of Knowledge Lecture Keynote Address: Dr. Ginetta Candelario, 5pm
"Bricolage Verstehen: Making Artful Use of Multiple Methods in Researching Latin@s"

April 3
Student Presentations, 9am- Noon
Commemorating the Life and Work of Luis Dávila, 1:30pm
Closing Reception and Essay Competition Awards, 3pm

Latino Film Festival & Conference, Spring 2016
IU cinema

Fall 2014 Latino Film Series
Four films will be screened throughout the semester in room 272, Classrooms Office Building at 7:30pm.

Cesar Chavez (2014) | September 10

City of God (2002) | October 8

Gloria (2013 | Novemeber 12

Lake Tahoe (2008) | December 10

National Hispanic Heritage Month Reception, SEPT 15
Kick off to NHHM at 4-6p in the Mathers Meuseum, 416 N Indiana Ave. Open to campus & community.

Open House, SEPT 12
Food and refreshments provided, come visit the program's office and meet faculty.

The Politics of Race and Representation: Latinos and Latin Americans in the American Imaginary, A Horizons of Knowledge Lecture, OCT 3
2PM to 4:30PM in the Oak Room at the Indiana Memorial Union
Tesoros Latinos at Indiana University Arts Tour & Reception follows from 5PM to 6:30PM at The Lilly Library