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This document contains the seven issues of "The Arizona Report" published in 1999-2002. A newsletter of the Mexican American Studies & Research Center (MASRC) at the University of Arizona, this publication reports on social, educational, health, and economic research on Mexican Americans and opportunities in higher education and professional development relevant to Mexican Americans and others interested in Mexican American studies. Articles are: "Minority Education & Workforce Success in Arizona: Hispanic and Native American Education and Earnings Lagging"; "Master of Science in Mexican American Studies" (requirements and some course descriptions); "MASRC & College of Medicine Win $1.2 million, 3-Year Grant: Hispanic Center of Excellence Will Be Unique Research, Curricular Unit"; "Boxing and the Formation of Ethnic Mexican Identities in 20th-Century Southern California" (Gregory S. Rodriguez); "Health, Economic Development Examined at Border Academy"; excerpts from "Mexican Americans in the U.S. Economy" (Arturo Gonzalez); "The History of the Tucson International Mariachi Conference: Southern Arizona Festival Is Showcase for Classic Mexican Artform" (Gregory S. Rodriguez); "The Segregation of Mexican Americans in Tucson Public Schools: Chicanos in Arizona, Southwest Have Long History of Fighting Discrimination" (Maritza De La Trinidad); "Mexican Tucson: Remembering Barrio Libre" (Lydia Otero); "Mental Health and Mexican American Adolescents" (Andrea J. Romero); excerpt from "Mexican Baseball Teams in the Midwest, 1916-1965" (Richard Santillan); "Border Academy Travels to Lower Rio Grande Valley: Medical Professionals and Students Attend Diabetes Seminar in South Texas"; "Women and Environmental Protest in a Northern Mexico City" (Anna Ochoa O'Leary); "The Chicano Battle against Pollution and Power in Tucson" (Daniel E. Reyes III); and excerpt from "Chicano Popular Culture: Que Hable el Pueblo" (Charles M. Tatum). Also included are announcements of new publications and news about the binational Border Academy and MASRC faculty and graduates. (SV)

Descriptors: Educational Research, Higher Education, Mexican American Education, Mexican Americans, Professional Development, Social Science Research

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Autor: Arizona Report, v3-6 1999-2002


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