Dept. 4297, Ross Hall 106
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Welcome to Latina/o Studies Program at the University of Wyoming! This is a very exciting time, as the new academic year is well underway. We welcome all the students, staff, and faculty to learn more about the program's mission, our history, our courses, and our active relationship with the local community.
I am truly honored to serve as the new, and the fourth, UW Director of Latina/o Studies. It is a position that I take very seriously. This year, the University of Wyoming Chicano Studies Program will, hence forth, be known as Latina/o Studies Program. I am looking forward to starting a new chapter by expanding both the name and the mission of our program in recognition of the unity and diversity of U.S. Latina/o populations. Latina/os represent the largest group of citizens in this country, and as a result we are changing to accommodate more course offerings to train a new generation of scholars and professionals. We would like to include in our curriculum the reflections of our unique local experiences, regional characteristics, and national presence. Above all, we want to help students succeed in their University studies and prepare them for scholarship training and professional careers. The education we offer students help to prepare them for leadership positions, work with Latina/o populations, and understand a multicultural and transnational society, and a global economy.
¡Adelante Vaqueros! Cecilia (CiCi) Aragón, Ph.D.
Be sure to join us on Monday September 29,2014 for our Hispanic Heritage Month Event:
Meaningful Learning Through Latina/o Studies.
Here is the flyer with more information HHMFlyer.