Traditional Healing and Spirituality in the 21st Century
Dr. Patrisia Gonzales will present on the "Traditional Healing and Spirituality in the 21st Century" panel at the Humanities, Medicine and Wellness Conference on 2/27 at 3:30-5 p.m. in the UA Student... Read More
Puentes Consortium Award
Anna Ochoa O’Leary, Assistant Professor in Mexican American Studies is lead author of a paper selected for an award from the Puentes Consortium.  Made up of 5 universities from Mexico and the United... Read More
Unchartered Terrains: New Directions in Border Research Method and Ethics
Unchartered Terrains: New Directions in Border Research Method and Ethics., edited by Prof. Anna Ochoa O’Leary, Colin Deeds and Scott Whiteford, was published in October 2013. This book explores how... Read More
Prof. Patrisia Gonzales is author of new book on Indigenous Medicine
The University of Arizona Press has just published Red Medicine: Traditional Indigenous Rites of Birthing and Healing by Patrisia Gonzales of the MAS faculty. From the UA Press notice: "Patrisia... Read More
Prof Lydia Otero's book, La Calle, wins Southwest Book Award
La Calle: Spatial Conflicts and Urban Renewal in a Southwest City, written by Prof Lydia Otero, a University of Arizona associate... Read More
New Ph.D. Program in Mexican American Studies
The new UA doctoral program in Mexican American studies will begin accepting students in fall 2013. “The University of Arizona is the ideal academic institution for the MAS doctoral program given its... Read More
Professor Ada Wilkinson-Lee is co-author of new study in Addictive Behaviors journal
MAS Assistant Professor Ada Wilkinson-Lee is one of the authors of a new study concerning smoking among middle school students.  The article, which was recently published in the journal Addictive... Read More
UA Press Publishes New Book by Yolanda Broyles-González
The University of Arizona Press 2011 Fall/Winter catalog includes a new book, Earth Wisdom: A California Chumash Woman, by MAS Professor Yolanda Broyles-González and Pilulaw Khus. From the UA Press... Read More
MAS Grad Student Dina Barajas Wins Research Award from UA Assoc. for Women Faculty
MAS Graduate Student Dina Barajas won second place for research she presented at the UA Association for Women Faculty Research Symposium in March. Her research presentation was titled "The... Read More
Inaugural Consuelo I. Aguilar Scholarship Walk/Run Event a Big Success
The April 3, 2011, event raised over $7,000 and attracted 200 participants.  The funds raised for the Walk/Run more than meet the $10,000 required for establishing the endowed scholarship, and the... Read More