¿Qué Pasa, OSU? (Winter 2004)
Editors:Ramos-Pellicia, M. F.
Contributors:Ramos-Pellicia, M. F.
Gates, Liz Cutler
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Citation:¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, vol. 11, no. 2 (Winter 2004)
Issue includes: "The Changing Face of Columbus: How is Ohio State Addressing the Increasing Presence of Latin@s?" by M. F. Ramos-Pellicia; "Su opinión: Redefining the Field of Latino/a Studies" by Ignacio Corona; "Faculty Profile: Dr. Miguel Villalona, a Leading Expert Developing New Anti-Cancer Drugs!" by M. F. Ramos-Pellicia; "Alumni Profile: Mónica Ramíez" by Liz Cutler Gates; "Needs Assessment Survey (NAS): an Update" by M. F. Ramos-Pellicia; "The Office of Minority Affairs Tutoring Program: 'Helping Students Help Themselves'" by Manuel Cortés-Fontcuberta; "From Mango Street to Campus Drive" by Ernesto Escoto; "Health Issues: HIV and the Latino Community" by Raquel Raíces; "Andino Chicken: Rotisserie Chicken Has Arrived in Columbus" by Carlos Aranibar; and "ESL in the Southwest School District: The Hispanic Student Population of Southwestern Columbus" by Tara Fast.
Dr. Miguel Villalona Received the Prestigious Fray Anton de Montesinos Award for His Research Achievements -- From Mango Street to Campus Drive: Advice on Adjusting to College Life -- Needs Assessment Survey: an Update -- Latino Studies Symposium is Coming to Ohio State.
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