ERIC Number: ED186527
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Dec
Reference Count: 0
First New Jersey Statewide Conference of Hispanics in Higher Education. Report of Proceedings.
Bensimon, Estela, Ed.; And Others
This document contains the proceedings of a conference held in December 1978 to discuss problems confronted by Hispanics in the higher education system of New Jersey. Presented are an opening statement by Chancellor T. Edward Hollander on the status of Hispanics in New Jersey higher education and the keynote address by Hilda Hidalgo focusing on landmark events in the education of Hispanics. Also included are the following papers: (1) "An Examination of the Implications of Current Trends and Issues in Policy and Planning for Hispanics in Higher Education," by Marcos Leiderman; (2) "Affirmative Action," by Alberto Montare; (3) "Admissions," by Diane S. Maldonado and Margaret Rosario Rivera; (4) "Issues in Bilingual Higher Education," by Rosa Maria Cotayo, Estela Bensimon, Yvonne Rodriguez; (5) "Academic Programs," by Leopoldo Rivera; (6) "Supportive Services," by Edward Morales; (7) "Political Dynamics in Higher Education," by Alfonso A. Roman; and (8) "Development of a Statewide Association," by Luis Soler-Baez. In addition, workshop reports and resolutions regarding future collective efforts in the areas outlined in the papers are presented in this document. (GC)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Bilingual Education, College Admission, Educational Policy, Equal Education, Ethnic Discrimination, Faculty Promotion, Higher Education, Hispanic Americans, Minority Group Teachers, Spanish Speaking, Student Financial Aid
Hispanic Association of Higher Education in New Jersey, 87 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ 07102.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Hispanic Association of Higher Education in New Jersey, Newark.
Identifiers: New Jersey
Note: Proceedings of a New Jersey Statewide Conference of, Hispanics in Higher Education (1st, Princeton, NJ, December 2-3, 1978). Some tables may be marginally legible due to small print.