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2019 Program

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Wednesday, June 5, 2019

9:30AM –12:00PM
Lewis Room
NCERA 216 Meeting

10:00AM –12:00PM
Salon C
Students’ Gathering

12:30PM
Lobby
Posters Displayed Until Friday 10:00AM

1:00PM – 1:50PM
Salon A & B
18th Cambio de Colores (Change of Colors) Conference Opening Session

Stephen Jeanetta, University of Missouri-Columbia, Cambio Center
Mary Stegmaier, Interim Vice Provost for International Programs, University of Missouri-Columbia
Dean Kathryn B. Chval, College of Education, University of Missouri-Columbia
Karl Skala, Ward 3 Council Member, City of Columbia

2:00PM – 3:00PM
Plenary 1
Salon A & B
Nicole Novak,
Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Iowa College of Public Health
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3:00PM – 3:30PM
Lobby
Encuentros

3:45PM – 5:00PM                                Concurrent Breakout Session 1

Breakout 1A: Panel
Salon A1

“Documenting the Immigrant Experience: An Artists Perspective”
José Faus, Latino Writers Collective
Israel Alejandro García García, García Squared Contemporary Art Gallery

Breakout 1B:  Fostering an Inclusive and Welcoming Community
Salon B1

“‘Selam Yerakbena Cadam’: Learning from the Discomfort of the Unknown”
Edwin Bonney, University of Missouri-Columbia 

“Community Leaders’ Perspectives on Welcoming Communities”
Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Sophia Quintero, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Sarah Liewer, University of Nebraska Medical Center

“Transbordering and Integration in Informal Settlements in Bogotá”
Jaime Hernández-García, University of Missouri- Kansas City and Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Bogotá

Moderator: Alejandra Gudiño, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 1C: Perceptions and Misconceptions of the Latinx Community
Lewis Room 2

“Mapping Change in Dixie: Latinx Placemaking in a Small Industrial Immigrant Town”
Aaron Arredondo, University of Missouri-Columbia
Soren Larsen, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Latinos and Immigrants in Nebraska Press. First Results of the OLLAS Observatory of Latinos in Nebraska”
Cristián Doña-Reveco, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Lizet Reyes-Nuñez, University of Nebraska at Omaha

“Heterodox Economics and Urban Planning: Improving the Living Conditions of Latinx and Immigrant Urban Communities”
Jordan Ayala, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Ely Melchior Fair, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Clara Irazábal-Zurita, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Moderator: Milena Rondón, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 1D: Panel
Salon C5

“Kansas City’s Guadalupe Centers: A Century of Serving the Latino Community”
Theresa Torres, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Sandra Enríquez, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Valerie Mendoza, Humanities Kansas

Breakout 1E: Workshop
Pines Room 3

“How Do We Create Safe and Affirming Campuses for Students of Color and Other Marginalized Population?”
Debra Bolton, Kansas State University

5:00PM – 5:30PM
Lobby
Encuentros

6:00PM – 7:00PM 
Salon A & B
Dinner and Performance by José Faus

Jose Faus Image

Thursday, June 6, 2019

7:30AM – 8:20AM
Lobby
Coffee and Breakfast

8:30AM –9:45AM                         Concurrent Breakout Session 2

Breakout 2A: The Social and Cultural Context of Immigrant Youth in Urban and Rural America
Salon A4

“Makin’ ‘It’ in the Heartland: Exploring Perceptions and Definitions of Success Among Second-Generation Immigrant Youth in St. Louis”
Florian Sichling, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Ajlina Karamehic-Muratovic, Saint Louis University

“Food Insecurity and Farm Work Among Latino Emancipated Migrant Youth in the U.S.: A Mixed-Methods Approach”
Fiorella L. Carlos Chávez, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Helplessness, Homesickness, and Fictitious Independence Among Latino Migrant Youth: A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Lives of H2A Farmworkers in the U.S.”
Alyssa Cantú, University of Missouri-Columbia
Fiorella L. Carlos Chávez, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sophia G. Bell, University of Missouri-Columbia

Moderator: Jeong-Mi Moon, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 2B: Panel
Salon B3

“Narratives of Latinas in Higher Education. ‘¿Jefa at a University?’ ¡Igualada!”
Daisy Barrón Collins, Missouri State University
Jamille Palacios Rivera, University of Missouri-Columbia
Theresa Torres, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Sandra Enríquez, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Breakout 2C: Workshop on Changing Demographics in the US: Accessing Data to Understand the Impact of Immigrants and Latinos
Salon C1

“Immigrant and Latino Demographic Transitions in the U.S.: Examining the Present to Understand the Future”
Ness Sandoval, Saint Louis University

Breakout 2D: Mental and Emotional Effects of Latinx Communities and Access to Care
Lewis Room 6

“Immigration-Related Fear & Psychological Well-Being: Findings from the Health and Safety Risks Among Immigrant Cattle Feedyard Workers Project”
Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center

“Church Outreach in Missouri to Latino/as and Addressing Their Mental Health Issues”
Chad Christensen, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Expanding Access to Mental Healthcare Through Collaboration: Casa de Salud’s Mental Health Collaborative”
Ben Zeno, Casa de Salud

Moderator: Aaron Arredondo, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 2E: Workshop
Pines Room 5

“Latinos en Acción: Developing a Latino-Centric Leadership Kit”
Fernando Burga, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Silvia Álvarez de Dávila, University of Minnesota Extension
Gabriela Burk, University of Minnesota Extension

10:00AM –11:00AM
Plenary 2
Salon A & B
Ann Rivera,
Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation of the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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11:15 AM –12:30PM                    Concurrent Breakout Session 3

Breakout 3A: Workshop
Salon A4   

“Establishing a Latino 4-H Club with Non-Latino Staff: A Firsthand Experience”
Tammy Lorch, University of Minnesota Extension

Breakout 3B: Defining Policies and Economic Structures for Diverse Populations
Salon B2

“Beyond the ‘Blurb’: What Does ‘Equal Opportunity Institution’ Mean for Extension Programs”
Elver Pardo, University of Florida IFAS Extension
Laura Valencia, University of Florida IFAS Extension
Jessica Sprain, University of Florida IFAS Extension
Nancy Moores, University of Florida IFAS Extension
Nicole Walker, University of Florida IFAS Extension
Kate Fogarty, University of Florida-Gainesville

“Immigration and Migration Policy Proposal’s Impact Beyond Farm Labor Markets Across the United States”
Skyler Simnitt, University of Florida
Gülcan Önel, University of Florida
Jamille Palacios Rivera, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Confronting the Wall: The Impact of an Experiential Learning Trip to the U.S.-Mexico Border”
Jennifer Tello Buntin, Lewis University

Moderator: Clara Irazábal-Zurita, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Breakout 3C: Panel
Salon C5

“Paz en el Barrio: Building Equitable Neighborhoods”
Michael Carmona Hispanic Economic Development Corporation of Greater Kansas City (HEDC)
Gabriel Fumero, Hispanic Economic Development Corporation of Greater Kansas City (HEDC)

Breakout 3D: Workshop
Lewis Room 3

 “The EL Data Story”
Ryan Rumpf, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

12:45PM –1:45PM
Salon A & B
Lunch

2:00PM –3:00PM
Plenary 3
Salon A & B
Denzil Mohammed, Director of The Immigrant Learning Center’s Public Education Institute
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 3:00PM – 3:30PM
Lobby
Encuentros

3:45PM –5:00PM                Concurrent Breakout Session 4

Breakout 4A: Implementation of Programs to Reduce the Health Impact on Immigrant Communities and Educational Attainment for Undocumented Students
Salon A6

“Immigration Detention in Iowa: Implications for Community Health and Mitigating Potential of a Community-Driven Bond Intervention”
Nicole Novak, University of Iowa College of Public Health
Juan Gudiño, University of Iowa College of Public Health
Naomi Marroquín, University of Iowa College of Public Health
Elizabeth Bernal, Eastern Iowa Community Bond Project
Elizabeth Rook Panicucci, Eastern Iowa Community Bond Project

“Prevalence of Cigarette Smoking Use Behaviors Among Asian Americans and Hispanics: Results from a National Health Survey”
Hari Poudel, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Building Institutional Support for Undocumented Students in Michigan Public Colleges and Universities”
Melissa Hernández, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Joselin Cisneros, National Forum & University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Moderator: Evelyn Yamoah, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 4B: The Growth of Latinx Farmers and Business Owners in the US
Salon B5

“Strengthening the Relationship Between Hispanic/Latinx Farmers in Pennsylvania and Cooperative Extension: A Needs Assessment Study”
Ilse Huerta-Arredondo, Pennsylvania State University

“The Funding Constraints Latinos Face to Start-Up a Business”
Marcelo Siles, Michigan State University
Rubén Martínez, Michigan State University

“Emerging Trends Among Latinx Farmers: A Comparative Analysis Among the States of Iowa, Michigan and Missouri”
Stephen Jeanetta, University of Missouri-Columbia
María Rodríguez-Alcalá, University of Missouri-Extension
Rubén Martínez, Michigan State University
Jan Flora, Iowa State University
Corinne Valdivia, University of Missouri-Columbia

Moderator: Jamille Palacios Rivera, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 4C: Panel
Salon C3

“Mixed-Methods Study of Immigrant Family Engagement Program Development: Families at the Center of Program’s Planning, Implementing and Assessing”
Kim Song, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Lisa Dorner, University of Missouri-Columbia
Yuwen Deng, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Lyndsie Schultz, University of Missouri-Columbia
Edwin Bonney, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 4D: Workshop
Pines Room 1

“Responding to Change: Promoting Immigrant Integration Through Language Access”
Monica Harris, City of Dayton Human Relations Council

Breakout 4E: Panel
Pines Room 4

“The State of the Field, Latino PYD in 2019, the National Scene”
Ricardo Diaz, XPenn Consultants & University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Friday, June 7, 2019

8:00AM – 8:50AM
Lobby
Coffee and Breakfast

9:00AM –10:00AM
Plenary 4
Salon A & B
María Rocha,
Bilingual Educator at Mark Twain Middle School
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10:15AM –11:30AM                   Concurrent Breakout Session 5

Breakout 5A: Latinx Community Development Through Meaningful Community Relationships
Salon A5

“Hispanic Serving and Emerging Hispanic Serving Institutions: Resources for Latino Community Development”
Stephen Jeanetta, University of Missouri-Columbia
Rene Rosenbaum, Michigan State University

“Between Bienestar/Buen Vivir and Development: A Community Capitals Assessment of Latinx Kansas City, Kansas”
Clara Irazábal Zurita, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Theresa Torres, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“Finding Common Ground: Building a Multicultural Coalition in a Diverse Community”
Jennifer Tello Buntin, Lewis University
Stephanie Casales, Lewis University

Moderator: Ruben Martínez, Michigan State University

Breakout 5B: Services for the Advancement of Latinx and Refugees
Salon B1

“Advancing Penn State Extension Hispanic/Latinx Outreach Efforts in PA”
Ilse Huerta-Arredondo, Pennsylvania State University
Tara Baugher, Pennsylvania State University
Carolee Bull, Pennsylvania State University
Maria Gogo-Gourovitch, Pennsylvania State University
Melanie Miller-Foster, Pennsylvania State University
Emma Rosenthal, Pennsylvania State University
Elsa Sanchez, Pennsylvania State University
Kathleen Sexsmith, Pennsylvania State University
Lee Stivers, Pennsylvania State University

“The City of Refuge: Serving Refugees in Mid-Missouri”
Garrett Pearson, City of Refuge
Leah Glenn, City of Refuge

“Welcoming New Americans: A Perspective from South Dakota”
Christine Garst-Santos, South Dakota State University
Luz Angélica Kirschner, South Dakota State University

Moderator: Noah Myers, University of Missouri-Columbia

Breakout 5C: Education for Latinx in the Midwest
Salon C3

“Aquí Aprendemos Todos! / Here We Lean Together!: A Principal’s Mission to Include and Create Space for Immigrant Students in a Predominantly Latinx Charter School”
Uzziel H. Pecina, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Dea Marx, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“¿Qué dijeron?-What did they say?”
Daisy Barrón Collins, Missouri State University
Lisa Dorner, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sarah Nixon, Missouri State University

“Exploring the Knowledge, Skill, and Self-Efficacy Levels of Pre-Service Teachers and Their Perceptions of English Learners While Enrolled in an Online TESOL Teacher Training Course”
Daisy Skelly, Wright City R-II School District/Lindenwood University
Robert Steffes, Lindenwood University

“Coaching for Teachers of English Learners (ELs)”
Dawn Thieman, University of Missouri-St. Louis   

Moderator: Debra Bolton, Kansas State University 

Breakout 5D: Panel
Lewis Room 3

“Revisiting Education in the New Latinx Diaspora ‘in the Trump Era’”
Jessica Mitchell-McCollough, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Edmund Hamann, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Tricia Gray, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Amanda Morales, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Breakout 5E: Workshop
Pines Room 4

“Impacts of the State 4-H Council Experience and the Path Forward to Expanding Opportunity”
Bradd Anderson, University of Missouri-Columbia

 11:45 AM
Salon A & B
Closing Activity

POSTERS
IN POSTER SESSION BETWEEN WEDNESDAY 12:30PM AND FRIDAY 10:00AM IN THE HOTEL LOBBY:

 “Assessing Stress and Familism as Predictors of Depressive Symptoms Among Latino Emancipated Migrant Farmworker Youth in U.S. Agriculture”
Elizabeth Mason, University of Missouri-Columbia
Fiorella L. Carlos Chávez, University of Missouri-Columbia
Jordynn Hundley, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sarah E. Killoren, University of Missouri-Columbia
Gustavo Carlo, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Examining Differences in Mental Health Status Among Adult Asian Immigrants”
Hari Poudel, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Helplessness, Homesickness, and Fictitious Independence Among Latino Migrant Youth: A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Lives of H2A Farmworkers in the U.S.”
Alyssa Cantu, University of Missouri-Columbia
Fiorella L. Carlos Chávez, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sophia Bell, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Increased Enrollment in Migrant Clinicians Health Network to Improve Continuity of Care Among Migrant Farmworkers”
Emily Sinnwell, University of Iowa

“(In)Visible: Recognizing Student and Families of Diverse Legal Status in a Rural Community”
Emily Crawford-Rossi, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sarah L. Hairston, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Job-Related Perceptions Among Latino Immigrant Swine CAFO Workers in Missouri”
Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Marcela Carvajal, University of Nebraska Medical Center

“Loneliness and Acculturative Stress Among Latino Emancipated Migrant Farmworker Youth in the U.S.: Examining Differences Based on Age Group”
Jordynn Hundley, University of Missouri-Columbia
Fiorella L. Carlos Chávez, University of Missouri-Columbia
Elizabeth Mason, University of Missouri-Columbia
Alyssa Cantu, University of Missouri-Columbia
Sophia Bell, University of Missouri-Columbia
Kara Beemer, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Musculoskeletal Pain and Cardiovascular Risk Among Hispanic/Latino Meatpacking Laborers”
Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Sheri Rowland, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Nursing-Lincoln
Natalia Trinidad, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Marcela Carvajal, University of Nebraska Medical Center

“Strengthening the Relationship Between Hispanic/Latinx Farmers in Pennsylvania and Cooperative Extension: A Needs Assessment Study”
Ilse Huerta-Arredondo, Pennsylvania State University

“Why Does Skin Color Matter? Can We Look at People for Who They Are?”
Samantha Warner, Summit Intermediate Center

“Women Refugee Perspectives on Constraints to Outcome Attainment in Community Based Skills Training Programs”
Angela Uriyo, West Virginia University