Project MALES Student Mentoring Program Featured: Supporting Male Students of Color Through Mentoring. (Urban Educator, March 2017). Urban Educator is a publication of the Council of the Great City Schools based in Washington DC.
Project MALES Featured In Brief By Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation (MDRC). Click here to access the full brief. (December, 2016).
Project MALES Featured on PBS News Hour. For full stray click here. (September, 2016).
Local News Covers The Leadership Summit. Click here for full story and video. (August, 2016).
Dr. Campos Writes Op-Ed For myStatesman On The Importance of the PM Summer Academy. For the full story click here. (June, 2016).
Dr. Campos Featured in a Story About Our Upcoming Project MALES Summer Academy. For the full story click here. (June, 2016).
Dr. Saenz and Mentor Brenda Carrillo Featured in a Recent Story by The Atlantic. For the full story click here. (April. 2016).
Dr. Victor Sáenz Talks About New Co-Edited Book With The Texas Tribune. For the full interview with Dr. Saenz click here. (March, 2016).
Shelf Life Sat Down With Dr. Saenz To Discuss New Co-Edited Book on Latino Males in Higher Education. For the full interview with Dr. Saenz click here. (February, 2016).
Press Release: Consortium to Host Statewide Leadership Summit to Build Professional Networks among Male Students of Color. For full release click here. (July, 2015).
Project MALES & Consortium featured in new Texas Tribune and NY Times article: Project MALES and the Texas Education Consortium for Male Students of Color were both featured in a recent article published in both the Texas Tribune and the New York Times (5/11/14). Also quoted was our executive director, Dr. Victor Saenz. Here’s a link to each article Texas Tribune & NY Times. (Mat, 2014).
Project MALES Feature: For Hispanics, college dreams often stifled (Austin American Statesman, October 2013)
Project MALES Feature: Project MALES staff featured in news article about NISOD conference (Diverse Magazine, May 2013)
Project MALES Feature: Hispanic men need to bridge higher education gap, UT educator says (Corpus Christi Caller-Times, April 2013)
Project MALES Feature: Program targets male Latino students at Palo Alto College (San Antonio Express-News, April 2013)
Project MALES Feature: Experts see peril as Latino boys fall behind (San Antonio Express-News, Feb. 2013)
Project MALES Feature: Latinos challenge machismo through art and mentoring (NBC Latino, Jan. 2013)
Project MALES Feature: Executive Director, Dr. Victor Sáenz, was recently featured in an NBC-Dallas story for his presentation at Tarrant County College – Trinity River Campus.
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Building a Culture of Support for Latino Males (Texas Higher Education Journal, May 14, 2012)
Programs Needed to Encourage Latino Males (San Antonio Express-News, May 10, 2012)
2012 Sweatt Symposium Focuses on Minority Males in Higher Education (Daily Texan, May 4th, 2012)
Latinos, Latinas: More difference than ‘o’ or ‘a’ (San Antonio Express-News, May 1, 2012)
Professor examines factors in education that prevent success for Latino males (The Ranger, April 26, 2012)
26th Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium at UT-Austin Explores Crisis of Men of Color in Higher Education (Alcalde article, February 9, 2012)
Latino Men Focus of College Symposium (June 24, 2011)
UT Symposium to Address Latino Male Education Crisis (June 7, 2011)
Project MALES was recently featured in the May/June 2011 issue of The Alcade (click here), the magazine of the Texas Exes. Also, our upcoming Latino Male Symposium was recently featured in Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education (click here).
Latinos and Higher Ed (March 24, 2011)
Project MALES was featured on the Michael Eric Dyson Show! ”We’ve spent a lot of time discussing African-American males and higher education—now we turn to the situation with Latino males. Dr. Luis Ponjuán, assistant professor of higher education administration at the University of Florida, alerted academia to the crisis of higher education and Latino Males when he co-authored the study “The Vanishing Latino Male in Higher Education” in 2009. Now, in addition to his position at UF Gainsville, he’s also a partner with Project MALES—Mentoring to Achieve Latino Educational Success, an initiative with the University of Texas, Austin. He tells us more about the crisis facing Latinos and how programs like these can help.”