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The Latina/o pathway to the Ph. D. : abriendo caminos

Author: Jeanett Castellanos; Alberta M Gloria; Mark Kamimura
Publisher: Sterling, Va. : Stylus Pub., 2006.
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The Latina/o population constitutes the largest racial and ethnic minority group in the US and is disproportionately under-represented in college and in graduate programs. This book proposes  Read more...

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Latina/o pathway to the Ph. D.
Sterling, Va. : Stylus Pub., 2006
(OCoLC)657149232
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jeanett Castellanos; Alberta M Gloria; Mark Kamimura
ISBN: 1579221068 9781579221065 1579221076 9781579221072
OCLC Number: 60188504
Description: xxxv, 309 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface. Entiendiendo la historia de Latina/os en el camino a la Universidad (Understanding the history of Latina/os on the road to the university) : education for la raza cósmica / Alberta M. Gloria, Jeanett Castellanos, Mark Kamimura --
pt. I. El camino recorrido (The road traveled) --
1. Cultivando semillas educacionales (Cultivating educational seeds) : understanding the experiences of K-8 Latina/o students / Patricia Quijada, Leticia Alvarez --
2. Keeping our children in high school : we know what works, why aren't they doing it? / Milton A. Fuente --
3. Latinos and community colleges : a pathway to graduate studies? / Alfredo G. de los Santos Jr., Gerardo E. de los Santos --
4. An assessment of Hispanic students in four-year institutions of higher education / Amaury Nora, Libby Barlow, Gloria Crisp --
5. Dean-based leadership : reflective comments on Latina/o masters' degree participation / Mark W. Clark. pt. II. Navegando el camino (Navigating the path) --
6. The Latina/o Ph. D. pipeline : a case of historical and contemporary under-representation / Frances E. Contreras, Patricia Gándara --
7. Latinas and the doctorate : the "status" of attainment and experience from the margin / Tara Watford ... [et al.] --
8. Bridging two worlds : academia and Latina/o identity / Vasti Torres --
9. Differences and similarities : Latina and Latino doctoral students navigating the gender divide / Aída Hurtado, Mrinal Sinha --
10. Sustaining Latina/o doctoral students : a psychosociocultural approach for faculty / Alberta M. Gloria, Jeanett Castellanos. pt. III. Aprendiendo de los pasajeros (Learning from the passengers) --
11. Finding my way : enculturation to the Ph. D. / Mark Kamimura --
12. Manteniendo nuestra cultura (Sustaining our culture) : cultural and social adjustments of Latina/os in doctoral programs / Rocio Rosales --
13. Maintaining a strong Latina/o identity while balancing trails / Raul Ramirez --
14. Querer es poder : maintaining and creating Familía as a doctoral student / Theresa A. Segura-Herrera --
15. Juggling intellectuality and Latino masculinity : La calle, mi familía y la escuela (The streets, my family, and school) / Claudio Gabriel Vera Sanchez --
16. The brown diamond : a Latina in the sciences / Marisa Garcia --
17. Collegial alliances? : exploring one Chicano's perspective on mentoring in research and academia / David Alberto Quijada --
18. Being Latina and ABD : ¿Cuando terminas mujer?! (When will you finish?!) / Petra Guerra --
19. Enderezando el camino (Strengthening the path) : dispelling myths and providing directions for Latina/o doctoral students / Jeanett Castellanos, Alberta M. Gloria, Mark Kamimura.
Other Titles: Abriendo caminos
Responsibility: edited by Jeanett Castellanos, Alberta M. Gloria and Mark Kamimura ; forewords by Melba Vasquez and Hector Garza.
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