This panel is date/time stamped: March 26, 2015, 12:05PM– 12:55PM Central Time Zone
The last few decades have brought about important shifts in STEM due mostly to globalization and technological developments. These shifts have generated an eminent demand for an increase in human capital and a centrality in the STEM fields due to the shortage and negative ramifications to global economic competitiveness.
One important issue is that to meet the increased demand for specialized labor, it is necessary to retain students in STEM. But unfortunately, more than 60% of those students who express an interest in pursuing a STEM major, leave without completing their intended program of study. This attrition is particularly high among racial and ethnic minority groups, including women and low-income students.
Representatives of higher education in both the U.S. and Mexico share their knowledge and experience with respect to the theme of Equity and Quality in Education through STEM Education, across international settings.
- Dr. Linda Prieto, Department of Bicultural Bilingual Studies, UTSA
- Dr. Armando Mata Romero, Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, México
- Dr. Angelina Alvarado Monroy, Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango, México
- Dr. Cynthia Esperanza Lima González, Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching, UTSA
- Ms. Sandra Telles, La Clase Mágica after-school program
- Dr. Verónica Vargas Alejo, Universidad de Quintana Roo
- M.en C. José Refugio Reyes Valdés, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila
- Dr. Guadalupe Carmona-Dominguez, Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching, UTSA
CSUSB - Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD), "Panel: "Academic Collaborations in International Settings: Equity and Quality in Education through STEM Education"" (2015). Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) Video Recordings. 28.
The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) 2-INSPIRE Program works with parents to increase their knowledge about schooling to ensure that parents have vital information about high quality educational options for their children (especially those traditionally underserved and/or attending Program Improvement schools). The Project 2-INSPIRE curriculum informs parents of their role in their children’s education, works with parents so they learn how to work with the information acquired and develops parent leadership skills to ensure their participation and collaboration as part of the school community. All three levels of the program share the same objective and goal: To increase parental engagement in their child’s learning at home, school, and/or community; and thereby increase their child’s academic achievement. However, each of the levels differs markedly in their approach, strategies, methods, activities, and outcomes for parents and their children. The panelists are parent leaders who currently serve as officers of the Binational Parent Leadership Institute (BPLI), and as “trainer of trainers” have each passed all three levels, from awareness to mastery to expert. Proyecto INSPIRE es un proyecto que pertenece a CABE que trabaja con los padres para aumentar sus conocimientos acerca de la escolarización para asegurar que los padres tengan la información vital acerca de las opciones educativas de alta calidad para sus hijos. El plan de estudios del Proyecto INSPIRE informa a los padres de su papel en la educación de sus hijos, trabaja con los padres para que aprendan cómo trabajar con la información adquirida y desarrolla las habilidades de liderazgo de los padres para asegurar su participación y colaboración en el marco de la comunidad escolar. Los tres niveles comparten el mismo objetivo y meta: aumentar la participación de ...
Mily Treviño-Sauceda is vice-president and co-founder of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas, Inc., a national farmworker women’s alliance representing 15 farmworker organizations and groups. She sits on numerous state and national boards, state and national advisory councils and task forces representing Latinas, the farmworker community and immigrant women in general on health, violence against women, labor and women rights, education, environmental and gender issues. She is an advisory MAPA member to National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). Since 2015, Mily has been a National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC) member to EPA. She also sits on the boards of California Latina for Reproductive Justice and the Rural Coalition. She consults for and with various statewide and national organizations that focus on social, environmental, worker justice, reproductive justice, and violence against women issues. She also provides technical assistance and capacity building to farmers that are socially disadvantaged such as Pequeños Agricultores de California and the National Hmong American Farmers to ensure socially disadvantaged farmers members are trained in business and labor regulations. In 2018, she joined the fourth Cohort of the Movement to End Violence under the Novo Foundation. She has received numerous awards, including “100 Heroines of the World” in 1998; Sister of Fire Award in 2003; the Ford Foundation and NYU award “Leadership for a Changing World” in 2004. She was recognized twice in 2006, by People Magazine. She was honored by Líderes Campesinas in California for her 30+ year’s distinguished leadership in 2009, the EEOC Community Service Award in 2011, the Cesar Chavez Legacy Award, March 2015; and honored by Farmworker Justice in Oct 2015. She was honored by Latino Justice, PRLDEF, as a Latina Justice Leader, on Latina ...
CSUSB ScholarWorks is an open access institutional repository showcasing and preserving the research, scholarship, and publications of California State University, San Bernardino members. Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to upload completed works to ScholarWorks as it is a permanent digital archive and showcase that makes the intellectual output of the CSUSB community publicly available to the wider world. By highlighting the scholarly and professional activities of our students, staff and faculty, CSUSB ScholarWorks' rich repository encourages new ideas, preserves past knowledge, and fosters new connections to improve human and social conditions. This segment features an interview with Eric Milenkiewicz, who as the University Archivist is responsible for the selection, appraisal, acquisition, arrangement, and description of library archival collections including historical materials originating from CSUSB. Interview discussion revolves around why upload your work to CSUSB ScholarWorks, the advantages of long-term preservation, and greater visibility to a global audience - increasing readership, citation counts, and impact in one's field. Host: - Dr. Enrique G. Murillo, Jr., Professor of Education, Executive Director & Founder of LEAD Projects, and Faculty Director of the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Program, CSUSB Interviewee: - Eric Milenkiewicz, University Archivist, and LEAD Projects Postproduction and Distribution Consultant, CSUSB This segment is date/time stamped: September 21, 2021, 9AM ...