University of California
Committee on Latino Research

 


Campus-based Programs

MISSION

The University of California Committee on Latino Research (UCCLR) was established to develop the University's response to Senate Concurrent Resolution 43 (Presley, 1987), charging the University to examine important issues concerning California's growing Chicano/Latino Population.

The UCCLR meets twice a year to review concerns of importance to scholarship and research on Chicano/Latino issues in California and oversees a program of competitive funding in individual faculty research and campus research infrastructure support for this effort.

 
Programs
 
Committee
 

Projects for Chicana/Chicano Research, UC-Mexus

Chair: Patricia Zavella (UCSC)
Latino Policy Research Programs, CPRC
Members
 

Chicano/Latino Networking Project, CVR, LMRI

Governance
 
Past Programs
  Latinos in a Changing California
  A Plan for Universitywide Diversity
  Senate Concurrent Resolution 43
  Latino-Related World Wide Web Pages at UC
 

Latinos in California: Research & Policy Initiatives Undertaken by the Faculty and Students
.....of the University of California System

 

   

.University of California Office of Research