Lecturer Latina/o Studies Program
B.A., University of Wyoming
Adrian H. Molina has been an adjunct faculty instructor at UW since 2006, teaching classes for Honors and Latina/o Studies programs. Molina earned B.A.'s in Sociology and Criminal Justice, and a minor in Chicano Studies. He also earned his J.D. at UW's College of Law. In addition to his college faculty experience, Molina is a nationally renowned artist and arts educator known as Molina Speaks.
Molina is the Performance Director, as well as, a Lead Instructor for Youth On Record. He is a TedX fellow and has been an Artist In Residence with the National Hispanic Heritage Center, Mizel Museum, Journey Through Our Heritage and Noel Community Arts School. He has worked on National Endowment for the Arts projects and has accepted invitations to speak and perform at dozens of universities, including Columbia University, University of California at Davis, UT Austin, CU Boulder, and the University of New Mexico. Molina Speaks has taught master artist classes at Boston Arts Academy and Colorado Academy. He has collaborated with the Denver Spirituals Project and was recognized as a keynote poet for 2013 Lalo Delgado Poetry Festival. Molina is the music supervisor for the documentary film "Papers". He is a member of the Cafe Cultura Artist Collective. Molina has released over a dozen poetic and musical works, which have been recognized and critically acclaimed by the Denver Post, 5280 Magazine, Westword, Colorado Music Buzz and other publications.
Introduction to Chicano Studies
Topics in Chicano Studies