Full Program

DRAFT Full Program

4/24/2018: The draft program is available below. Please note any changes will be made as highlighted and strike-through.

Please see the Program At A Glance for a schedule overview.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

PRE-MEETINGS
9:30AM – 12:00PM 
NCERA 216 Meeting
Student Gathering – Agenda will be shared soon for all interested students (10a-12p)

1:00PM – 1:50PM
16th Cambio de Colores (Change of Colors) Conference Opening Session
Stephen Jeanetta, University of Missouri Cambio Center
Brandon Ortega, Latin@ Alumni and Student Association
Clara Irazábal-Zurita, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Susan Wilson, Vice Chancellor for Diversity & Inclusion at University of Missouri-Kansas City

2:00PM – 3:00PM
Plenary 1
“Kansas City Leaders Panel: Latinx in the Heartland: Fostering Resilience and Cross-Cultural Connections”
Panelists: Irene Caudillo, El Centro Inc.
Theresa Torres, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Pedro Zamora, Hispanic Economic Development Corporation
Moderator: Clara Irazábal-Zurita, University of Missouri-Kansas City

3:00PM – 3:30PM
Encuentros and popular knowledge activity

3:30PM – 4:45PM
Concurrent Breakout Session 1

Breakout 1A: Latino Diaspora, Settlement, Welcoming and Resilience  

“Latinx Majority Communities in the Midwest”
J.S. Onesimo Sandoval and Pedro Ruiz, Saint Louis University

“Hispanic Contributions in North America”
Rudy Padilla, American GI Forum Kansas City Metro

“Positive Messaging in Turbulent Times: Welcoming New Americans in Receiving Communities”
Molly Hilligoss, Welcoming America

“One and the Same? Hispanic Student Support, College Enrollment and Immigrant Generational Status”
Rebecca Perdomo, University of Georgia
Linda Renzulli, Purdue University

Breakout 1B Panel:  Latinxs in Kansas City: Navigating the Latinx Experience in Kansas City

 “Latinx KC Oral History Project: Recovering and Preserving Histories of Latinx in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area”
Sandra Enriquez, University of Missouri-Kansas City 

“Cooking While Brown: Institutional Bias in Ethnic Restaurants”
 Stephen R. Christ, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“Latinx Art in Kansas City: The Bricolaje Exhibition”
CJ Charbonneau, University of Missouri- Kansas City

“Guadalupe Centers Vision of Education: An Educational System that Works for Latinxs in Kansas City”
Theresa Torres, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Breakout 1C: Latinxs in Kansas City: Navigating the Latinx Experience in Kansas City (same as 1B)

Breakout 1D: Best Practices in the Classroom for Language Learning and More

 “Addressing EL teacher shortages: A multi-dimensional approach”
Adrienne Johnson and Elizabeth Thorne Wallington, Missouri Western State University

 “Classroom discourse practices in a Colombian public school: Implications to peace building interaction for the Latinx community”
Luzkarime Calle Diaz, Universidad del Norte in Colombia and University of Missouri – St. Louis

 “Impacts of Real-Time Captioning in an Elementary Language Classroom”
Greg Rich and Nissa Ingraham, Northwest Missouri State University

Breakout 1E: Workshops on Engaging Latino Youth

“From the Ground Up: What Works, Guiding Principles and Example Practices for Reaching and Engaging Latino Youth”
Fe Moncloa and Claudia Diaz Carrasco, University of California. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR)

“Los Verde Clovers: Engagement and Retention of New Youth and Families in 4-H”
Ruddy Yañez Benavides and Aliah Mestrovich Seay, 4-H Youth Development, Kansas State University Research and Extension

Breakout 1F: Research on Health Experiences, Predictors and Policy Affects among Immigrants

 “Experiences of Mental Illness among Asian Immigrants in the United States”
Hari Poudel and Stephanie Potochnick, University of Missouri- Columbia

 “Local Variation in the Impact of State Omnibus Immigration Laws on Public Benefits Enrollment”
Chenoa Allen, University of Wisconsin Madison

“Social Support as a Predictor of Cortisol among Mexican Families during a Healthy Lifestyles Intervention”
Shannin Moody, Wen Wang, Brianna Routh, Kimberly Greder, and Elizabeth Shirtcliff, Iowa State University

5:00PM – 5:30PM
Encuentros and popular knowledge activity

5:30PM –6:30PM
Poster Session and Appetizers (see posters at end of document)

6:30PM
Dinner and Entertainment

Thursday, June 7, 2018

7:15AM
Coffee and Breakfast

8:00AM –9:15AM
Concurrent Breakout Session 2

Breakout 2A: Workshop
“It’s LIT (Latinos in Tech) – A Collaborative Story”
Maria Mendoza, Hispanic Economic Development Corporation

 Breakout 2B Panel:  Latinxs in Kansas City: Urban Planning and Development

“Transportation Mobility of the Latinxs in the Kansas City Metropolitan Region: Issues and Challenges”
Sungyop Kim, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“Latinas in Kansas City: Intersectionalities between Gender and Development
Viviana Grieco and Ruchira Sen, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Heterodox Economics and Urban Planning: Synergistic Bedfellows for Progressive Urban Politics
Alejandro Garay and Clara Irazábal-Zurita, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Housing and Community Development in Kansas City: Implications for Latinxs
Jake Wagner, University of Missouri-Kansas City

            Breakout 2C: Communication and Information Flows: Keys to Integration

“Spanish Special Education Series through Social Media”
Karina Crouch, Missouri Parents Act

“Latino Farmers in the Midwest: Preliminary Findings from a Survey Study conducted in Iowa, Michigan and Missouri”
Maria Rodriguez Alcala, University of Missouri-Columbia
Stephen Jeanetta, University of Missouri-Columbia
Jan Flora, Emeritus, Iowa State University
Ruben Martinez, Michigan State University

 “Sharing Best Practices & Research Findings through Digital Humanities and Social Science”
Katherine Tegtmeyer Pak, St. Olaf College

Breakout 2D: Research Panel
“Enhancing Bi-Literacy through Multi-Language Family Stories in Urban Schools: Opportunities and Challenges”
Kim Song, University of Missouri – St. Louis
Lisa Dorner, University of Missouri – Columbia
Sujin Kim, University of Missouri – St. Louis
Edwin Bonney, University of Missouri – Columbia
Yang Ai, University of Missouri – St. Louis

Breakout 2E: Best Practices in Positive Youth Development

“Latino PYD, a Year in Review”
Ricardo Diaz, Xpenn Consulting

“Migration and Work among Latino Emancipated Migrant Youth: A Phenomenological Approach”
Fiorella L. Carlos Chavez, Florida State University

“4-H Maize Retreat: Culturally-Based Youth Leadership Accelerators”
Cayla Taylor, Iowa 4-H Youth Development

 “Cultivating Positive Ethnic Identity in Southern Californian’s Youth through 4-H Day Camps”
Claudia P. Diaz Carrasco, Maria G. Fabregas Janeiro, Stephanie Barrett, and Yolva Gil, University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR)

Breakout 2F: Workshop
“Conducting Organizational Assessments Utilizing the National CLAS Standards”
Corstella Johnson, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Region VII

 9:30AM –10:30AM
Plenary 2 – “How the New Immigration Landscape Impacts Communities”
Royce Murray, Policy Director at the American Immigration Council 

10:45AM –1:45PM
Site Visits & Lunch

 Site visit & lunch A: Change and Integration
                Jewish Vocational Services

Site visit & lunch B: Economic Development
                Hispanic Economic Development Corporation

Site visit & lunch C: Civil Rights and Political Participation
                Pending Confirmation

Site visit & lunch D: Education
                Villa Guadalupe

Site visit & lunch E: Youth Development
                Pending Confirmation

Site visit & lunch F: Health
                El Centro, Inc.

2:15PM –3:15PM
Plenary 3
We Are Here… Let’s Work As A Team”
Maria G. (Lupita) Fabregas Janeiro, University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) 

3:15-3:45PM
Encuentros

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

Breakout 3A: Best Practices in Building Inclusion and Cultural Competence

“Got Cafe? The Formation of the Coalition of American-Hispanic Florida Extension Educators to Target Minority Audiences”
Elver Pardo, Eva Pabon, Laura Valencia, Jonael Bosques-Mendez, and John Diaz, University of Florida/IFAS Extension

“Hear Our Voice: Latino in Extension”
Maria Guadalupe (Lupita) Fabregas Janeiro, University of California
Amanda Zamudio, Arizona 4-H
Guadalupe Landeros, AgriLife Texas A& M

“Intercultural Development Learning Circles”
Maria Guadalupe (Lupita) Fabregas Janeiro and Fe Moncloa, University of California

“Linguistic and Racial Equity in Teaching Immigrant and Refugee Learners”
Kim Song, University of Missouri – St. Louis
Sujin Kim, University of Missouri – St. Louis
Yuyang Zhao, University of Missouri – St. Louis

Breakout 3B Panel: Latinxs in Kansas City: Development, Demographic, and Educational Trends 

“Abriendo Puertas Midwest Metro Latina/o Leaders’ Perspectives on Leadership, Community, Commitment, and Education”
Uzziel Hernandez Pecina, University of MissouriKansas City 

“Rising Culture: Emprendedores in America”
Michael S. Carmona, Hispanic Economic Development Corporation

Latinx in Kansas City: Spatial Justice, Uneven Development, and Intergenerational Inequality” 
Jordan Shipley, University of Missouri-Kansas City and Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity

Breakout 3C: Workshop
“Making the Economic Argument for Immigration: Strategies that Work”
Denzil Mohammed, The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc.

               Breakout 3D: Research on Hispanics and Newcomers in Higher Education

“HSIs and EHSIs in the North Central Region and the Meaning of ‘Hispanic-Serving’: Examining their Institutional Diversity and Initiatives and Potential”
Rene Rosenbaum, Michigan State University
Stephen Jeanetta, University of Missouri
Alondra Alviza, Michigan State University

“Undocumented Students & How to Help in College”
Terri Fahnestock, Ozarks Technical Community College

“Soy El Primero: First-Generation Latinx College Students’ Experiences with Acculturative Stress and Coping”
Tracy Graybill, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Michelle Maher, University of Missouri- Kansas City-School of Education

 Breakout 3E: Workshop
“Enhanced Instruction and Learning for English Learners Through Differentiated Technology”
Debra Cole, Missouri Migrant and English Language Learning

 Breakout 3F: Youth Health and Positive Development: Programs and Factors

4-H Builds Resilience through Volunteers and Partnerships”
Norma Dorado-Robles and Grisel Chavez Grisel, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach

 “What Will it Take to Engage Latino Youth & Families?”
Maria G. (Lupita) Fabregas Janeiro and Marianne Bird, University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR)

 “Evaluating Youth Latino Programs? Here are Some Ideas”
Steven M. Worker, Maria Guadalupe Fabregas Janeiro, Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty, John Borba, and Claudia P. Diaz Carrasco, University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR)

 “Latino Youth’s Supportive and Non-Supportive Family Climate and Relations to Prosocial Behaviors: A Latent Profile Analysis”
Zehra Gulseven, Gustavo Carlo, Sarah Killoren, University of Missouri
Edna Alfaro, Texas State University

5 PM – Dinner on your own   

Friday, June 8, 2018

8:00AM
Coffee and Breakfast

8:45AM –10:00AM
Plenary 4
“Strengthening Equity and Excellence for Emerging Bilinguals: From Research to Practice”
Lisa Dorner, University of Missouri – Columbia
Kim Song, University of Missouri-St. Louis

10:00AM –11:15AM
Concurrent Breakout Session 4

Breakout 4A: Research on Immigrant Occupations, Entrepreneurship, and Mobility 

“A Profile of the STEM Immigrant Workforce in the St. Louis Metropolitan Region”
J.S. Onésimo Sandoval and Pedro Ruiz, Saint Louis University
Blake Hamilton and Anna Crosslin, International Institute of St. Louis

“Latino Bi-Cultural Entrepreneurs’ Business Integration in Iowa Communities”
Hui Siang Tan and Linda S. Niehm, Iowa State University

 “Gaining Access to Farm Ownership and Operating FSA Programs for Latino Producers in Missouri”
Eleazar U. Gonzalez, University of Missouri Extension

 “Moving Up or Falling Behind? Occupational Mobility of Children of Immigrants Based on Their Parents’ Home Country Occupation”
Stephanie Potochnick, University of Missouri
Matthew Hall, Cornell University

Breakout 4B Panel: Latinxs in Kansas City: Community Development, 1980s-2010s

“Urban Community Development: A Community Capitals Framework Assessment in Kansas City, KS”.
Clara Irazábal-Zurita, Theresa Torres, and Ignacio Ramírez Cisneros, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“Gendered Latinx Leadership in Kansas City, KS”
Theresa Torres, University of Missouri-Kansas City

“Latinxs and Crime: Criminalization and (In)Security of Ethnic Enclaves in Kansas City”.
Toya Like, Janet Garcia-Hallett, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Breakout 4C: Latinxs in Kansas City: Community Development, 1980s-2010s (same as 4B)

Breakout 4D: Best Practices Panel
“Avanzando: Culturally Sustaining Latinx Mentorship in Midwestern Higher Education”
Dea Marx, University of Missouri-Kansas City

                Breakout 4E: Education Policy Discourse, Implementation and Impact

 “Destination States, Higher Education, and Policy Discourse”
Rebecca Perdomo, University of Georgia

“Immigrant Empowerment = Economic Empowerment in Times of Budget Deficits”
Pedro Guerrero, employee of Missouri House of Representatives

“Divided by the State Line: Comparing Undocumented Immigrant Student Experiences at Colleges in DREAM and Non-DREAM Act States”
Steve Pankey, Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City
Michelle Maher, University of Missouri-Kansas City

 “We don’t say you can’t come to school: Educator Perspectives on Undocumented Immigration in a Rural Community”
Emily Crawford, Sarah Hairston, and Warapark Maitreephun, University of Missouri, Columbia

                 Breakout 4F: Best Practices and Predictors Affecting Latinx Health

 “Developmental Disabilities in the Latino community: Findings and Recommendations”
Yeni Vasquez and Jordana Vera-Montero, Alliance for Leadership, Advancement and Success 

“Shop Healthy Iowa: A Cross-Cultural Collaboration to Improve Healthy Retail Practices in Tiendas”
Rebecca Bucklin, University of Iowa College of Public Health
Jennifer Coyler, Iowa Department of Public Health
Adriana Maldonado, University of Iowa College of Public Health
Jon Wolseth, Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Barbara Baquero, University of Iowa College of Public Health

 “Predicting HPV vaccination of Children Among Mothers of Mexican Origin in the Midwest”
Marcela Carvajal-Suarez and Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center

 11:30 AM
Closing Activity

  

POSTERS IN POSTER SESSION:

 “The Effects of Cultural Capital and Community Experience on Latino/a’s Livelihood”
Sandra Bertram Grant, Nancy J. Muro-Rodriguez, Leticia D. Martinez, and Dr. Lisa Flores, University of Missouri

“Workplace Climate, Protective Factors, and Mental Health in Latino Immigrant Cattle Feedlot Workers”
Gustavo Carlo, University of Missouri
Meredith McGinley, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
 Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center for Reducing Health Disparities
Rodrigo Gamboa, University of Nebraska Medical Center for Reducing Health Disparities
Axel Fuentes, Rural Community Workers Alliance
Kathleen Grant, University of Nebraska Medical Center

“Developing Cross-Cultural Competence Through Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Literature”
Rocio Delgado, Trinity University

“Engaging Latinos in the Outdoors: A collaborative model for programmatic success”
Claudia Patricia Diaz Carrasco, Maria G. Fabregas Janeiro, John Borba, Russell Hill, and Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources

“Substance Abuse Amongst Immigrants Working in Cattle Feedlots”
Kathleen M. Grant, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Meredith McGinley, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Gustavo Carlo, University of Missouri
Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Reducing Health Disparities

“Latinx ELLs in a Low-Incidence District”
Cori Jakubiak and Parker Van Nostrand, Grinnell College

“Culturally Responsive Best Practices for Students who are English Language Learners and have Learning Disabilities”
Jessica Kamuru, University of Missouri- Columbia

“Relations Among Acculturative Stress, Psychological Maladjustment, and Prosocial Behaviors in Latino/a College Students”
Sahitya Maiya and Gustavo Carlo, University of Missouri-Columbia
Alexandra Nicole Davis and Cara Streit, University of New Mexico

“Family-Community Factors and the Job Satisfaction of Latino/a Immigrants”
Gloria McGillen, David Diaz, and Lisa Y. Flores, University of Missouri

“Relations between Stress, Forms of Coping, Prosocial Behavior, and Aggression in Mexican American College Students”
Madison K. Memmott-Elison, Mansoo Yu, Sahitya Maiya, J. Logan Dicus, and Gustavo Carlo, University of Missouri-Columbia

“Life Satisfaction, Neighboring, and Health: Findings from Hispanic immigrants in Northeast Nebraska”
Athena Ramos and Marcela Carvajal-Suarez, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center  for Reducing Health Disparities

“Rural Narratives on Welcoming Communities”
Athena Ramos, Marcela Carvajal-Suarez, and Maria Mushi, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Reducing Health Disparities

“Limited Access to Education, Overreach of State Authority and Violation of Human Rights”
Robert Sagastume, Washington University in St. Louis/Kingdom House
Melinda Lewis, The University of Kansas

“Geography of the Midwestern English Learner: An Inquiry into Opportunity to Learn English in St. Louis”
Lyndsie Marie Schultz, Washington University in St. Louis

“Amigas Latinas: Art, Food and Community; A Participatory Program Evaluation”
Sylvia Rodriguez Smith,

“Familia Adelante “Aj qoneq Wan Ko Masanil, K’amoqab Maktxel Chi Kankan Yintaqil: A cultural translation and pilot for Q’anjob’al Maya families”
Natalia Trinidad, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Reducing Health Disparities
Luis Marcos, Comunidad Maya Pixan Ixim
Athena Ramos, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Reducing Health Disparities

 

 

 

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