25 February - 03 March, 2018
March 01
  • Service Learning Internship/Mentoring

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    RU Alive or Just Breathing?

    Mentor a talented Rutgers Future Scholars high school student from New Brunswick or Piscataway and earn up to 3 college credits during the Spring 2018 semester by registering for Service Learning Internship/ Mentoring as a Public Service (01-595-493:02) [Monday's at 12:00pm].

    The Rutgers Future Scholars Program supports promising first-generation high school students on their trajectory towards college.  Your participation will count toward the fulfillment of major and minor credit in Latin and Caribbean Studies as well as general elective credits.

    Please click the flyer image for a downloadable PDF file.

    pdf RU Alive RFS Flyer LCS SP18 (66 KB)

    Upcoming Events

March 02
  • 10:00am - 02:00pm  Rutgers Latino Studies Research Symposium

    Panel 1 (10:15-11:30)

    Yalidy Matos, Adiós a 'pie seco, pie mojado': Changing US Immigration Policy Toward Cubans
    Melanie Plasencia, "No Tengo Dinero, Pero Tengo Mucha Gente": A Qualitative Exploration of How Older Latino Immigrants Age in an Ethnic Enclave
    Natalie Saldariaga, The American Immigrants
    Ulla Berg, Making the Road (Back) : Deportation, Personhood, and the Right to Mobility Across the Americas


    Panel 2 (11:45-1:00)

    Carlos U. Decena, Indecent Conocimientos: A Queer of Color Peregrinaje
    Kathleen Lopez, The Rutgers Latino and Caribbean Community Memory Project
    Jason Cortes, El Muero Paraó (Debt, Haunting, Disposability)
    Lilia Fernandez, A Black Judge, Two Mexican Defendants, and White Backlash: The Erasure of Latinos in Criminal Justice History

    Upcoming Events