Gilbert G. Gonzalez Graduate Student Research Paper

The Gilbert G. Gonzalez Graduate Student Paper Prize is awarded every spring to the best paper written by a graduate student who is enrolled in the Graduate Emphasis or has taken the CHC/LAT 200A graduate seminar.

 

2013 Award Winners
1st Place:    Edelina Burciaga, "Undocumented and Unafraid: Undocumented Activism in the Obama Years"

                  Alfredo Carlos, "Mexico Under Siege: Drug Cartels or U.S. Imperialism"

2nd Place:    Patrice Amon, "Law: And Now We're Back Where We Started, Here We Go Round Again"
                   Marina Luz Corrales, "Shifting Trajectories: Participation in Great Society Initiatives"
                   Mark Ocegueda, "San Bernardino's Mexican American Defense Committee and It's Role in Regional and National Desegregation"

 

2018 Award Winners

Vanessa Delgado, "Legal Brokers: Navigating Illegality through Undocumented Resource Networks" and
Daniel Millán, "Undocumented and Distracted: How Immigration Laws Shape the Academic Experiences of Undocumented College Students"

 

 

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