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  1. ETHNIC STUDIES Major Exploration Workshop Academic Advising & Student Affairs January 28, 2014

  2. Student Affairs Officers In Ethnic Studies • ALMA MARTINEZ • Chicano@ Studies • 2111 Hart Hall • 530-752-2492 • SHYAMA KUVER • Middle East / • South Asia Studies • SSH 1274 • 530-752-3473 • KAYTON CARTER • African American & African Studies • 2211 Hart Hall • 530-754-9581 • BRITT SUMIDA • Asian American Studies • 3131 Hart Hall • 530-752-4447 • JINANN BITAR • Native American Studies • 2406 Hart Hall • 530-752-6656 EthnicStudiesSAO@ucdavis.edu

  3. Student Affairs Officers In Ethnic Studies SAO’s are here to support your personal development and academic achievements. We want you to thrive, not just survive. - Academic Support - Personal Support - Career Development - Miscellaneous EthnicStudiesSAO@ucdavis.edu

  4. Why major in Ethnic Studies? Our undergraduate and graduate programs offer a formal comparative, interdisciplinary, and diverse field of study. This approach includes faculty specialized in a variety of disciplines including art, literature, religion, linguistics, health, history, environmental policy, anthropology, political science, ethnomusicology, performance and dance studies, and women and gender studies. Students at UC Davis can fulfill either a Major or Minor in any of these programs. The Programs typically offer several tracks to provide emphasis in the student area of interest. All tracks lead to Bachelor of Arts from the College of Letters & Science.

  5. Why major in Ethnic Studies? There are many crucial skill sets both the university and your future employers are hoping you learn during your undergraduate academic career. Important skills you learn in Ethnic Studies: - Critical Thinking - Writing Skills - Rhetorical Skills - Understanding complex societies in which we live In addition to excellent course content, you will have access to faculty and staff who want to help you succeed: - Smaller class sizes for more one-on-one interaction - Opportunities for mentorship and experiential learning - Support for identity exploration - Graduate & Professional school information & support

  6. Ethnic Studies Alumni Here’s a sample list of what some of our alumni are doing: - Executive Director of a Non-Profit Organization - Career Professional with the National Parks Service - Law School - College Professor - Graduate School (Ethnic Studies, History, Anthropology, Sociology, Comparative Literature) - Medical Doctor - Policy Advocate - Health Center Program Coordinator - Bay Area Municipal Officer - Student Affairs Professional - State Legislator

  7. Current Student Panel Pamela Pretell Senior Native American Studies major Justin Phan Senior Sociology and Asian American Studies double major EstevanSanchez Sophomore African American & African Studies major Maria Salazar Junior Community & Regional Development and Chicana/o Studies double major Susan Flores Senior Community & Regional Development and Middle East/South Asia Studies double major

  8. African American & African Studies Spring 2014 Course Offerings • AAS012: Introduction to African Studies (Adebanwi) • AAS050: Black Popular Culture (Harrison) • AAS101A: Introduction to Research in the Afro-American Community (White) • AAS 107B: African Descent Communities and Culture in North America (White) • AAS 123: Black Female Experience in Contemporary Society (Lambert) • AAS 145B: Black Intellectuals (Lambert) • AAS 155A: African American Dance and Culture in the U.S., Brazil and the Caribbean (Osumare) • AAS 165: The Black Christian Church (Harrison) • AAS 190: Topics in African and African Diaspora Studies: Hip Hop Culture and Globalization (Osumare) aas.ucdavis.edu‎

  9. Chicana/o Studies Spring 2014 Course Offerings • CHI 10: Into to Chicana/o Studies (Jackson) • CHI 23: Qualitative Research Methods (Staff) • CHI 40: Comparative Health (Staff) • CHI 100: Sociology of Chicana/o Experience (Staff) • CHI 113: Women in Social Movements (Deeb-Sossa) • CHI 121: Chicana/o Community Mental Health (Flores) • CHI 132: Political Economy (Rodriguez) • CHI 156: Chicana/o Poetry (Chabram) • CHI 157: Chicana/o Narrative (Montoya) • CHI 171: Chicana/o Mural Workshop (Montoya) • CHI 198: Queer Latinidad (De La Mora) chi.ucdavis.edu

  10. Asian American Studies Spring 2014 Course Offerings • ASA 01: Historical Experience of Asian Americans (Kim) • ASA 02: Contemporary Issue of Asian Americans (Valverde) • ASA 04: Asian American Cultural Studies (Carlson) • ASA 121: Asian American Performance (Carlson) • ASA 150: Filipino American Performance (Rodriguez) • ASA 150E: South East Asian American Experience (Valverde) • ASA 150F: South Asian American History, Culture and Politics (Maira) • ASA 189A: Asian American History and War (Kim) • ASA 189B: Asian Americans and Media (Hamamoto) • ASA 189C: Topics in Asian American Health (Chen) • ASA 189H: Topics in Asian American Society and Institutions (Lo) • Also available: ASA 92: Internships / ASA 98: Directed Group Study / • ASA 99: Special Study / ASA 192: Internships /ASA 197T: Tutoring in ASA • ASA 198: Directed Group Study /ASA 199: Special Study asa.ucdavis.edu‎

  11. Middle East / South Asia StudiesSpring 2014 Course Offerings • ANT 142 Peoples Middle East (Staff) • ARB 003 Elementary Arabic 3 (Hassouna) • ARB 023 Intermediate Arabic 23 (Hassouna) • ARB 123 Advanced Arabic (Sharlet) • COM 53B Literature of India and Southeast Asia (Venkatesan) • COM 155 Classical Literature of the Islamic World (Sharlet) • HEB 003 Elementary Hebrew (Franco) • HIN 003 Elementary Hindi/Urdu III (Chauhan) • HIS 008 Indian Civilization (Sen) • HIS 193B Middle East from 1914 (El Shakry) • MSA 100 Comparative Perspectives (Sen) • MUS 148 Hindustani Ensemble (Spiller, Sihai) • RST 030 South Asian Religions (Elmore) • RST 060 Intro to Islam (Tezcan) • RST 131 Genocide (Watenpaugh) • RST 157 Hindu Women & Goddesses (Venkatesan) asa.ucdavis.edu‎

  12. Native American Studies Spring 2014 Course Offerings • NAS 005: Introduction to Native American Literature (Staff) • NAS 010: Native American Experience (Spence) • NAS 12: Native American/Indigenous Film (Tsinhnahjinnie) • NAS 107: Special Topics in Native American Languages (Spence) • NAS 119: Introduction to Federal Indian Law (Middleton) • NAS 188: Special Topics in Native American Literary Studies (Hernandez-Avila) • NAS 191: Decolonizing the Mind (Grandia) • NAS 192: Powwow Internship nas.ucdavis.edu‎

  13. Community Action Network Counseling & Psychological Services • JEZZIE ZIMBARDO, MFT • WRRC & LGBTQIARC • 1410 SCC & 102 North Hall • jzimbardo@shcs.ucdavis.edu • ROXANA REYES, MFT • Chicano@ Studies & EOP • 128 North Hall • rreyes@shcs.ucdavis.edu • ROMANA NORTHON, PH.D. • African American Studies & • Transfer Re-entry/Veterens • 130 North Hall • rnorton@shcs.ucdavis.edu • TATUM PHAN, PH.D. • Asian Am. Studies &CCC • 1315 SCC & 3103 Hart Hall • tphan@shcs.ucdavis.edu • KOLONE SCANLAN, PH.D. • Native American Studies & SRRC • 1110 SCC & 3335 Hart Hall • kscanlan@shcs.ucdavis.edu

  14. Upcoming Community Events - Native American Culture Days: April 14-18th, 2014 - UCD Powwow: Saturday, April 19, 2014 - Black Family Day: May 17th, 2014 - Asian Pacific Culture Week: April 7-11, 2014 - Asian Pacific Leadership Retreat: Jan 24-26 - Phillipin@ Youth Conference: Feb 7-9, 2014 - African American & African Studies Brown Bag Lecture Series - Native American Studies Brown Bag Lecture Series - La Raza Culture Days: April 28- May 2nd, 2014 - La Grand Tardeada: May 3, 2014 - SEA Youth Conference: Feb 28th- March 2nd, 2014 - Graduation Celebrations (ME/SA Grad, Black Grad, Native Grad, SEA Grad, Phil Grad, Chi/Lat Grad, Lavendar Grad) - Internship Opportunities

  15. Questions?

  16. Thank You Contact Us EthnicStudiesSAO@ucdavis.edu