Graduate and Undergraduate Certificate

What happens when faculty and students from different disciplines explore the contours of race and social justice? The "Race & Social Justice Interdisciplinary Certificate" is designed as an area of specialization for community members and students pursuing a humanities, social sciences, art, or professional degree at UNM

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UNM Race and Social Justice Graduate Certificate Available to Enrolled and Non-Enrolled UNM Students, Community, Staff, Faculty

Undergraduate Version of the Race and Social Certificate also now available

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APS Ethnic Studies Survey

Two Post-Doctoral Research Associate Positions Available

The Institute for the Study of “Race” & Social Justice in the Division for Equity and Inclusion at The University of New Mexico has received approval to invite applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate. This appointment is a full-time position for a term of one year, contingent on satisfactory performance and funding (renewable for up to one year).

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Association and Organizational Statements on Race

The Institute is curating statements from scholarly, community-oriented, and human rights-focused organizations on race and racial discrimination in our world. Take a look here and contact us if you have any suggestions to add. Non-English suggestions are always welcomed.

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Upcoming Race and Social Justice Events

RISE 2023 Fellowship

RISE 2023 Fellowship

Wed, Mar 01 2023

Research Institute for Scholars of Equity (RISE): Conducting Mixed Methods Research to Improve Academic Outcomes Among PK-20 African American and Lati ... [Read More]