Texas Exes ranks Dr. Moore among the Alcalde’s top 10 most talented, inspiring professors ever to walk the Forty Acres.
After completing the five-week Summer Bridge Program, incoming freshmen start their first day of school with confidence and poise. Not only do they complete six hours of college classes, they also have a built-in network of friends and mentors.
Take a look back at one of the nation’s most ardent defenders of diversity in higher education.
Law School research fellow Meg Clifford aims to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline by helping young students expunge Class C misdemeanors from their records and get into the college-going mindset.
The Journal of Negro Education (Winter 2014, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p. 61-76.) recently published “A Hole in the Soul of Austin: Black Faculty Community Engagement Experiences in a Creative Class City” by DDCE faculty fellow Dr. Rich Reddick, DDCE post-doctoral fellow Dr. Stella Smith and former DDCE graduate research… read more
LaThe Social Justice Institute, based in the DDCE’s Community Engagement Center, recently announced six awards through the 2014 Activist Research Grant Initiative. Awards were made to the following graduate students: Elissa Underwood, American Studies – Underwood’s project focuses on access to affordable and health foods and on advocating for healthy… read more
By Ixchel Rosal April 14, 2014 This year the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) within the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement has begun a research project to examine the impact of its Peers for Pride program. The Gender and Sexuality Center provides opportunities for all members of the UT… read more
By Leslie Blair FEBRUARY 28, 2014 The Campus Climate Response Team has released the first Campus Climate Trend Report with data collected on bias incidents during the 2012-2013 academic year (including summer 2013). The report is available online by clicking here. “Because the CCRT includes representatives from a number of campus units, the… read more
“Latino Males in Texas Community Colleges: A Phenomenological Study of Masculinity Constructs and their Effect on College Experiences” was recently published in a special issue of the Journal of African American Males in Education that focused on men of color. Authors include Dr. Victor Saenz, DDCE faculty fellow and associate… read more