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Ethnic Studies ATF


Email All Members: ETHNCATF@ASU.EDU


MEETINGS

November 09, 2018
Arizona State University-West, University Center Building (UCB), Room 240
10:00am-2:00pm
Meeting Details

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Meeting Report
1-888-853-9372   Code: 729865
Online Meeting:
https://connect.asu.edu/ETHNCATF

Chair
Monica Ketchum, AWC

Facilitator
Nicole Kontak, UA

Host
Gloria Cuadraz, ASU

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Mar 2018 Meeting Notes
Oct 2017 Meeting Notes
Past Meetings
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS

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MAJOR GUIDES

COLLEGE COURSE PREFIXES

  AWC American Indian Studies (AIS)
  DINE Navajo and Indian Studies (NIS)
  MCCCD African American Studies (AFR)
  MCCCD American Indian Studies (AIS)
  MCCCD Chicana and Chicano Studies (CCS)
  MCCCD (NVH)
  MCCCD (YAQ)
  PCC American Indian Studies (AIS)
  PCC Mexican American Studies (MAS)

UNIVERSITY COURSE PREFIXES

  ASU Ethnic Studies (ETH)
  NAU Applied Indigenous Studies (AIS)
  UA Mexican American Studies (MAS)
  UA Mexican American Studies (UA South) (MASV)
 
DEGREE LIST

The degrees listed here include all university degrees associated with this ATF discipline. For a list of Shared Majors and their identified common courses click on the Common Course Matrix links.
  ASU Tempe African and African American Studies (BA)
  ASU Tempe American Indian Studies (BS)
  ASU Tempe Asian Pacific American Studies (BA)
  ASU Tempe Transborder Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies (Media and Expressive Culture) (BA)
  ASU Tempe Transborder Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies (Transborder Community Development & Health) (BA)
  ASU Tempe Transborder Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies (US and Mexican Regional Immigration Policy & Economy) (BA)
  ASU West Social and Cultural Analysis (Ethnicity, Race and Indigenous Studies) (BA)
  NAU Applied Indigenous Studies (BA)
  NAU Applied Indigenous Studies (BS)
  UA Africana Studies (BA)
  UA American Indian Studies (BA)
  UA Mexican American Studies (BA)

MEMBER LIST

Email All Members: ETHNCATF@ASU.EDU

Patti Bigwood, Cochise College
Ruth Butler, Central Arizona College
John Carbajal, University of Arizona
Edison Cassadore, Tohono O'odham Community College
Lilian Chavez, Mesa Community College
Gloria Cuadraz, Arizona State University
Kolette Draegan, Central Arizona College
Ron Felix, Tohono O'odham Community College
Ron Geronimo, Tohono O'odham Community College
Lillian Gorman, University of Arizona
Marcos Guerrero Trujillo, Pima Community College
Ricardo Guthrie, Northern Arizona University
Gavin Healey, Northern Arizona University
Anita Huizar-Hernández, University of Arizona
Ferdinand Hunter, GateWay Community College
Bayo Ijagbemi, University of Arizona
Francisca James Hernandez, Pima Community College
Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
Christopher Jocks, Northern Arizona University
Juana Jose, Tohono O'odham Community College
Monica Ketchum, Arizona Western College
Pablo Landeros, Estrella Mountain Community College
Cien Luke, AZTransfer Staff
Phillip Miguel, Tohono O'odham Community College
Jose Moreno, Northern Arizona University
Kathryn Nakagawa, Arizona State University
Anna O'Leary, University of Arizona
Bardo Padilla, Pima Community College
Frank Pina, Arizona State University
Manny Pino, Scottsdale Community College
Gregory Redhouse, Pima Community College
Dianna Repp, Pima Community College
James Riding In, Arizona State University
Kelly Robles, AZTransfer Staff
Trino Sandoval, Phoenix College
Katie Schwartz, Coconino Community College
Mona Scott, Mesa Community College
Rosalia Solorzano, Pima Community College
Robert Soza, Mesa Community College
Donna Thompson, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Keziah Tinkle-Williams, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Gene Oj. A. Vecenti, Dine College