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M.A., Chicana/o Studies, 2008
Ph.D. student in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara
Studying Latina/o Sociology and the Sociology of Latin America
Cal State L.A. experience:
"Cal State L.A., the Chicana/o Studies Department, and all the students were very inspirational. I learned so much from my experiences at Cal State L.A."
"My professors, advisors, and mentors, especially Dr. Ester E. Hernandez, were very encouraging and supportive when I was applying to Ph.D. programs."
"As a working class, commuting student, I really appreciated the central location of the campus as well as the scheduling of courses during the evening hours."
"I am very proud to say that I received both my M.A. and B.A. at Cal State L.A. This institution was my home away from home!"
Why Cal State L.A.?
"There are many resources for graduate students, such as the Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholarship, as well as travel funds for those students who present at national conferences."
"The priority of the faculty and staff is to teach and work with graduate students. You are able to receive individual support and guidance."
"The diverse background of the faculty and students create a great learning environment."
"Its central location is easily accessible for commuting students."
Become a professor in Sociology and Chicana/o Studies at a UC or CSU campus.
Conduct research on Latina/os in the United States and Latin America.
Use my knowledge and experience to better serve the Latina/o community in Los Angeles.
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