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ERIC Number: ED416775
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
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The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, 1996-97.
Hixson, Adalyn, Ed.; Gilroy, Marilyn, Ed.
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, v7 Aug 30 1996-Aug 22 1997
This document consists of all of Volume 7 (26 issues) of the journal, "The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education," a biweekly journal that addresses issues in higher education for Hispanic Americans. Each issue presents several feature articles, a policy update called "Outlook on Washington," and a sample student success story. Major articles address the following topics: public relations, the Mexican American cultural mosaic, summer internships at the J. Paul Getty Trust, the high school drop-out rate for Hispanics, diversity as a key to college growth, research and Latinos, how culture affects behavior, student recruitment, internships and scholarships offered by Hispanic business organizations, Hispanics in the military academies, Latino voting power, Hispanics in science, the Mexican folk healing of curanderismo, Latino underrepresentation in government, community colleges, Latina women and American culture, summer institutes, recruiting Latinos into the field of statistics, outreach programs, faculty recruitment, service learning, rewards for teaching excellence, Hispanics in medical school, the Hispanic Policy Development Project, the Julian Samora Research Institute, the Center of Mexican American Affairs, recruitment of Puerto Rican youth, mentoring, Chicano art, advocacy, vocational education, a diverse healthcare workforce, ballroom dancing, women in higher education, the Latina dropout crisis, the Hopwood ruling, early lives of Hispanic American Ph.D.s, recruiting minority teachers, faculty relationships, the American Council on Education, K-12 education of Latino students, Black/Hispanic relations, Latino USA radio, the electronic university, the Internet, the Dominican Studies Institute, financial aid, community colleges and diversity, the best colleges for Hispanics, Latin American Studies programs, telecommuting students, immigration, media preference and cultural identity, nature-based medicinals, Inter-American University (Puerto Rico), bilingual/bicultural student relationships, mentoring in science, paying for college, College Board survey trends, futurism, California State University at Monterey Bay (CSUMB)-from military fort to visionary oasis, the Educational Testing Service, access to graduate study, the year 2000 census, sports, museum careers, the classroom environment, gifted minority students, bilingual teachers, and Hispanics in the Law. (DB).
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Career Choice, Community Colleges, Diversity (Student), Educational Needs, Educational Policy, Educational Technology, Females, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Hispanic American Students, Hispanic Americans, Males, Mexican Americans, Minority Groups, Program Descriptions, Puerto Ricans, Spanish Speaking, Student Recruitment, Undergraduate Study
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