Elena was awarded The College of Arts and Sciences Russell J. and Dorothy S. Bilinski Fellowship in the Humanities and is currently completing her dissertation "Mi lengua franca: Manipulating Chicana Cultural Heritage in Art and Literature".
Tiana is funded by the USDA Hispanic Serving Institutions Education Grant and her research seeks to compare scholarly concepts of resilience with primary factors influencing Albuquerque's smallholder farmers' decisions to continue farming.
Austin Hancock is a M.A. Student in the department of foreign languages and literatures. His research interests include Surrealism, Dadaism and the work of Albert Camus. He recently defended his thesis with distinction on the relationship between boxing and early 20th century French Poetry.
Ashley was recently granted membership to the Bloomsbury Honor Society with highest honors for her 4.0 GPA. The society focuses on leadership, entrepreneurship and academic excellence. In addition, she was also awarded an RPT Grant for her research which was conducted in Nicaragua this past summer.
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