1 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND CURRICULUM VITAE PATRICIA D. QUIJADA, Ph.D. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO 501 West César Chávez Blvd, DB San Antonio, Texas (210) Ph.D. C.A.S. (Master s Degree) Ed.M. Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin Madison. Emphasis: Human Development, Minor: Multicultural Education. (2004). Human Development and Psychology, Emphasis: Youth Development: Prevention Science and Practice Harvard University, Graduate School of Education (1995). Ed.M., Counseling Processes, Harvard University, Graduate School of Education (1990). Multiple Subject Elementary Teaching Credential, University of San Diego (1989). B.A. and B.S. Political Science and Sociology. The University of California at Riverside (1987). PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 2004 present 2009 present Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). Faculty Associate, Child & Adolescent Policy Research Institute (CAPRI), UTSA present Affiliate Faculty, Women s Studies Institute, UTSA. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Quijada Cerecer, P. D. Alanis, I., Ek, L., Rodriguez, M. (in press). Crossing the divide: Latina faculty s narratives of cultural negotiations in academia. Border-lines Journal. Ek, L. D., and Sánchez, P. Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (in press). Linguistic violence, insecurity, and work: Language ideologies of Latina/o bilingual teacher candidates in Texas. International Multilingual Research Journal.
2 Quijada, P. D., 2 REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (Continued) Ek, L.D., Quijada Cerecer, P.D., & Ruiz, E. (in press). Disrupting deficit views: Latina/o and Native American youth constructing cultural, linguistic, and academic identities. In C. M. Wilson & S.D. Horsford (Eds.). Bridging Cultural Divides: How Educators Advance Equity and Achievement in America s Diverse Schools. Routledge. Quijada Cerecer, P. D., Ek, L. D., Alanis, I., & Murakami-Ramalho, E. (2011). Transformative resistance as agency: Chicanas/Latinas (re) creating academic spaces. Journal of the Professoriate, 5(1), pp Oliva, M., Rodriguez, M., Alanis, I., & Quijada Cerecer, P.D. (in press). At home in the academy: Latina counterstories and resistance, Journal of the Professoriate, 6(1). Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (2011). Power in community building: Learning from Indigenous youth how to strengthen adult-youth relationships in school settings. In A. Ball, & C. Tyson (Eds.), Studying Diversity in Teacher Education (pp ). Washington DC: AERA. Nora, A., Urick, A., & Quijada Cerecer, P.D. (2011). Validating students: A conceptualization and overview of its impact on student experiences and outcomes. Journal of Enrollment Management, 2(1), pp Quijada Cerecer, P. D., Alvarez Gutiérrez, L., & Rios, F. (2010). Critical multiculturalism: Transformative educational principles and practices. In T. Chapman, & N. Hobbel (Eds.), Social Justice Pedagogy Across the Curriculum: The Practice of Freedom(pp ). Routledge. Schutz, P.A., Quijada, P.D., de Vries, S., & Lynde, M. (2010). Emotion in educational contexts. In B. McGaw, P. L. Peterson, and E. Baker (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education, Volume 6, (pp ). Oxford: Elsevier Lee, T.S. & Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (2010). (Re) claiming Native youth knowledge: Engaging in socio-culturally responsive teaching and relationships, Multicultural Perspectives, 12(4), pp Ek, L. D., Quijada Cerecer, P.D., Alanís, I. and Rodríguez, M.A. (2010). I don t belong here : Chicanas/Latinas at a Hispanic serving institution creating community through Muxerista mentoring, Equity & Excellence in Education, 43(4), pp Quijada Cerecer, P.D. & Murakami-Ramalho, E. (2009). Who says I don t want to come to school?: School policies disenfranchise American Indian youths educational vision. World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Journal, pp Quijada, P. D. (2008). Culture. In N. Salkind (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Quijada, P. D. & Alvarez, L. (2006). Cultivando semillas educacionales: Understanding K-8 Latina/o students. In J. Castellanos, A. M. Gloria, & M. Kamimura (Eds.), The Latina/o Pathway to the Ph.D: Abriendo Caminos (pp. 2-17). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
3 Quijada, P. D., 3 Educator s Handbook: Best Practices for Latina/o Academic Success. Hernández-Gantes, V. M. & Quijada, P. D. (1998). Working with Latino high school students. Do it: Career development series. Madison, WI: Center on Education and Work, University of Wisconsin, Madison. POLICY BRIEFS Hernández-Gantes, V. M., Phelps, L. A., Quijada, P. D., et., al. (1996). Voices of Diversity project policy briefs 1-6. Berkeley, CA: National Center for Research in Vocational Education, University of California-Berkeley. PUBLICATIONS UNDER REVIEW Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (under review). Independence, Competitiveness, Power: (Re) Examining the impact of school policies on the development of Indigenous Youth. In Theory into Practice: Educational policy and youth in the 21 st century [Special issue]. Alvarez Gutierrez, L & Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (under review). Youth Activism: Latina/o and Native America youth engage in transformational resistance in rural high schools. Manuscript submitted for review to a peer reviewed national journal. Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (under review). The Policing/Ruling of Native bodies and minds: Perspective schooling from American Indian youth. Manuscript submitted for review to peer-reviewed national journal. Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (under review). The power of Indigenous epistemologies: (Re) reading adultyouth relationships in schools. Manuscript submitted for review to peer-reviewed national journal. Quijada Cerecer, P. D. & Alvarez Gutierrez, L. (under review). Descubriendo el ser: On the way to personal development and professional development of teachers in urban schools. Manuscript submitted for review to peer-reviewed national journal. Hernandez, F. & Murakami-Ramalho, E., & Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (under review). A Latina principal leading for social justice: The influences of racial and gender identity. Manuscript submitted for review to peer-reviewed national journal. Quijada Cerecer, P.D., Lee, T., & Alvarez Gutierrez, L. (chapter proposal under review.). The impact of banned textbooks and literature on Indigenous students identity development. In S. L. Nichols (Ed.). Educational Policy and the Socialization of Youth for the 21 st Century. SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS Refereed Conference Presentations (*invited presentation) Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (under review, 2013). Knowledge is Power : Native youth demonstrate transformational resistance at a rural high school. In symposium, Beyond Damage-Centered Research: Native youth voices and new models of education. American Educational Research Association.
4 Quijada, P. D., 4 Refereed Conference Presentations -*invited presentation (Continued) Quijada Cerecer, P. D., Alanis, I., Ek, L., & Rodriguez, M. (2012, July). Constructing Identity: Hermanas in the Academy. Presented at the annual meeting of the Mujeres Activas en Letras Sociales y Cambios Sociales, Santa Barbara, CA. Quijada Cerecer, P. D., Alanis, I., Ek, L., & Rodriguez, M. (2012, April). Constructing identity: Narratives of Latina faculty in the academy. Presented during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada. Alvarez Gutierrez, L. & Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (2011, July). Activismo Colectivo Educativo: Communities engaging in transformative actions through Family School Partnership (FSP). Presented at the annual meeting of the NCCEP/GEAR UP Conference, San Francisco, CA. Ek, L. D., Sánchez, P., & Quijada Cerecer, P. D. (2011, July). Linguistic Violence, Insecurity, and Work: Language Ideologies of Latina/o Bilingual Teacher Candidates. Presented at the annual meeting of Mujeres Activas en Letras Sociales (MALCS), Los Angeles, CA. *Quijada, P. D. (2011, April). Working toward equity by creating a Chicana/Latina collaborative at a Hispanic Serving Institution. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. (Invited Presenter). Quijada, P. D. (2011, April). At home in the academy: Latina faculty counterstories and resistances. Roundtable at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. Quijada, P. D. (2011, April, Chair). The power of pre-service teachers race counter-stories. Roundtable at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. Ek, L. D., Alanis, I., Quijada, P. D., Rodriguez, M. A. (2010, May). The ecology of a Chicana/Latina research collaborative at a Hispanic-serving institution. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO. Rodriguez, M. A., Alanis, I., Cuero, K., Delgado, R., Ek, L. D., Machado-Casas, M., Murakami- Ramalho, E., Nuñez, A., Oliva, M., Quijada, P. D., & Sanchez, P. (2009, July). Hermanas in the academy: Actualizing a Latina education research agenda. Presented at the annual meeting of the Mujeres Activas en Letras Sociales y Cambios Sociales, Las Cruces, NM. Ek, L. D., Alanis, I., Murakami-Ramalho, E. T., and Quijada, P. D. (2009, April). Chicanas/Latinas (Re)create academic spaces in higher education. In, Creating an interdisciplinary space of resistance: (Counter) narratives of Latina Research Collaborative. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego CA. *Quijada, P. D. (2009, April). Power in community building: Learning from Indigenous youth how to strengthen adult-youth relationships in school settings. In, Studying diversity in teacher education: Current trends and innovations. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA. (Division K Symposium invited presenter).
5 Quijada, P. D., 5 Refereed Conference Presentations -*invited presentation (Continued) Quijada, P. D. (2008, March). Tribal critical race theory and educational spaces: (Re) examining school experiences of Indigenous youth. In, Issues and trends in the education of Indigenous youth in the United States and Canada. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. Quijada, P. D. (2008, March, Chair and Organizer). Building community for Indigenous education: Implications for Native American and Latina/o schools and neighborhoods. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. Quijada, P. D. (2008, March, Chair). When and where I enter: Women of color, the professoriate and university leadership. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. Quijada, P. D. (2007, April). The policing/ruling of Native bodies and minds: Perspectives on schooling from a Pueblo reservation. In, The learning of violence and the violence of learning: On identities, histories, and structures. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Quijada, P. D. (2007, April). Pueblo youth (re) examine how educational policies impact identity development. In, (Re) Examining relationships among Latina/o and Indigenous young adults within educational contexts. Paper presented in symposium at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Rodriguez, M., Alanis, I., Quijada, P. D., Murakami-Ramalho, E., Cuero, K., Oliva, M., Ek, L., Valdez, V., Sanchez, P., and Delgado, I. (2006, November). Hermanas/Sisters in the academy: Actualizing Latina/o research agenda in education. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, San Antonio, TX. Quijada, P. D. (2006, August). Latinas in the classroom: considerations for teaching. In, Latinas into academia: Conversations about cultural connection and congruity. Roundtable conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA. Quijada, P. D. (2006, April, Discussant). Community-based organizations and Pentecostal churches: Examining public spaces as sites of learning for Latinas/os. Paper presented on symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Quijada, P. D. (2006, April, Chair). Psychosocial contexts of adolescent development. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Quijada, P. D. (2006, April, Chair). Adolescence SIG Business Meeting. Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Quijada, P. D. (2005, December, Chair & Presenter). The Making of meaning in contexts of violence: On the interface of history, power structures, and culture in identity formation processes.
6 Quijada, P. D., 6 Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington DC. Quijada, P. D. (2004, April, Organizer & Presenter). We feel our relationships why can t you?: Indigenous youth shout-out to educators. In, Beyond resistance, marginalization and agency: Youth (In)forming adult-youth relationships in educational contexts. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA. Quijada, P. D., & Alvarez, L. (2003, April). Indigenous parents (Re)claim self: Negotiating cultural and gender scripts within community and educational settings. In, (Re)doing identity: Problematizing education and transformation in the margins. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Quijada, P. D., & Alvarez, L. (2003, February). (Re) Claiming Indigenous parent-youth relationships: Negotiating cultural identity and parental practice. In, Transformation in the margins: (Re)reading and (De)inscribing institutionalized constructions of identity. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Sociology of Education, Monterey, CA. Brown, B. B., Alvarez, L., & Quijada, P. D. (1999, April). Cultural derivatives of strategies of parental involvement in adolescent peer relations among Mexican-American and American Indian families. In, So these are your friends?: Parental management of adolescents' peer relationships. Symposium presented at the biennial meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM. Regional Conference Presentations Quijada, P.D. (2012, May). San Antonio Community Leadership Council. Panelist discussing The Impact of Post Modernism on the Latina/o Community. Presentation to high school students preparing for the Young Leaders Conference, The National Debate, San Antonio, TX. Alanis, I., Cuero, K. K., Rodriguez, M., Delgado, R., Ek, L., Murakami-Ramalho, E., Oliva, M., Quijada, P. D., Sanchez, P., & Valdez, V. E. (2007, February). Navigating the academy: Creating networks of support. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX. Alanis, I., Cuero, K. K., Delgado, R., Ek, L., Murakami-Ramalho, E., Oliva, M., Quijada, P. D., Rodríguez, M. A., Sanchez, P., & Valdez, V. E. (2006, March). Actualizing a Latina/o research agenda in education: Current efforts and new directions. Panelist at the Bi-Annual REAL Collaborative Research Colloquium, San Antonio, TX KEYNOTE SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS Quijada, P.D. (2011). Young Women s leadership Conference, Invited Speaker. UTSA, San Antonio, TX. Conference for 300 middle and high school young women. Quijada, P. D. (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006). Cable Elementary School, San Antonio, TX. Quijada, P. D. (2007). UTSA Multicultural Student Welcome. Quijada, P. D. (2006). Crain Elementary School, San Antonio, TX. Quijada, P. D. (2006). Keynote speaker, Young Women Young Men Conference, San Antonio College, San Antonio, TX.
7 Quijada, P. D., 7 GRANT ACTIVITIES Principal Investigator, Juntas: Cultivando a Stronger Futuro: Community action research project aimed at empowering First Generation College bound Latinas/os to visualize themselves in college. By building partnerships with nonprofit organizations in San Antonio, this culturally relevant program engages students in dialogue and leadership activities that strengthen their ethnic identity, self-esteem, academic success, and postsecondary opportunities. Targets students in K-12. Research Associate Grant 1: Pathways to Success Project: Designing and conducting a follow-up qualitative study with the Pathways to Success participants on how E3 supported them academically. Implications: Study will inform national retention initiatives for first year and transfer students and the UTSA Strategic Plan 2016 Pathways to Success. Academy for Teacher Excellence (ATE): Equity, Education, and Entrepreneurship (E 3 ) project supported 285 freshmen and transfer students with tutors for gate-keeping courses, and provided the students with mobile technology and tools to reduce the digital gap. ATE E 3 College Costs Reduction and Access Act, Title V USDOE Grant, $2.5 million. Principal Investigator, Dr. Belinda Flores. Research Associate Grant 2: ATE I3 Communities of Practices: Academy for Teacher Excellence (ATE): Conducting interviews and focus groups with a group of Latina high school students with interests in STEM areas to develop grounded theory that will inform early outreach initiatives and educational pathway for Latinas. I3 (Interdisciplinary Ingenious Innovative) Communities of Practice, Pathways to Hispanic Students Success in STEM Areas, Title V, USDOE Grant, approximately $680,000 per year, $4.2 million over 5 years. Principal Investigator, Dr. Belinda Flores. Research Assistant, National Retention Initiative Urban High Schools, UW, Designed interview protocol, disseminated a national survey, interviewed Latina(o) high school students and analyzed data on campus climate, student-teacher relationships, and postsecondary educational plans; Published a handbook on best pedagogical and administrative practices to improve Latina/o academic success in urban schools. Principal Investigator, Dr. Hernandez-Gantes. Research Assistant, Voices of Love and Freedom Project, Dr. Robert Selman, Harvard University Research Assistant, Telling All One s Heart Project, Drs. Carol Gilligan and Annie Rogers, Harvard University RESEARCH GRANTS Quijada, P. D. (2007). UTSA Mini-Grant, $ Quijada, P. D. (2006). JUNTAS: Cultivando a stronger futuro conference for 9-12 year old Latinas. UTSA Women s Studies Institute, $8, Quijada, P. D. (2006). JUNTAS: Cultivando a stronger futuro conference for 9-12 year old Latinas. UTSA Faculty Research Award, $5,
8 Quijada, P. D., 8 Quijada, P. D. (2006). JUNTAS: Cultivando a stronger futuro conference for 9-12 year old Latinas. UTSA Academy for Teaching Excellence (ATE), $2, Quijada, P. D. (2006). Re-claiming Indigenous youth voices in understanding family-school relationships. UTSA COEHD Mini-Grant, $1, Quijada, P. D. (2005) The Power of Indigenous Epistemologies: (Re)Reading Adult Youth relationships for Native American students in public schools. UTSA Mini-Grant, $1, Quijada, P. D. (2005). JUNTAS: Cultivando a stronger futuro conference for 9-12 year old Latinas. UTSA Women s Studies Institute, $8, Quijada, P. D. (2005). Centering power within Native epistemologies: A (Re)conceptualization of Indigenous youth identity within Math and Science programs. UTSA ATE, $4, Quijada, P. D. & Phillips, P. (1992). Four-year contract for Student Support Services (TRIO programs). U.S. Department of Education, $700,000. Administered grant. (Academic support service program for low-income, first-generation college students enrolled at university). Quijada, P. D. & Phillips, P. (1991). Three-year contract for Upward Bound Program (TRIO Programs). U.S. Department of Education, $615,000. Administered grant. (Early outreach program for low-income, first generation college students enrolled in high school). TEACHING: DISSERTATION COMMITTEES Committee member, Adriana Garcia, UTSA, Department of Bilingual Bicultural Studies. Committee member, Stephanie Correa, UTSA, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy. Committee member, Lorena Meza, University of San Diego, Department of Educational Leadership. Parental support of Latinos in education, defended March Committee member, Brenda Jones, UTSA, Department of Counseling, defended May ADMINISTRATIVE/ MANAGEMENT POSITIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION Executive Leadership/Management Positions Associate Director Research, Women s Studies Institute (WSI), UTSA, Designed research trajectory for WSI; Directed, administered, and supervised grant initiatives; Initiated and fostered research collaborations with UT Health Science Center & other community based agencies in San Antonio. Special Consultant to President, Housing and Child Care Policy California State University San Marcos. Created university housing policy and regulations handbook for initial residential facilities. Created childcare policy and regulations handbook for initial child care facility at CSUSM.
9 Quijada, P. D., 9 Director, US Department of Education TRIO Programs and Assistant Director, Educational Equity Programs, CSUSM. Created, implemented, and managed early outreach and retention programs for low-income ethnically diverse students (Upward Bound and Student Support Services program). Management included preparation and maintenance of supervision of 10 professional employees, 3 administrative assistants, and numerous student employees. Created and directed Upward Bound Summer Program. Trained instructors, staff, and counselors. Supervised office staff between Assisted in the grant writing of these federal programs. Coordinator, PEOPLE Program, UW Coordinated UW s early outreach non-residential academic program for 150 ethnically diverse lowincome middle school students. TEACHING POSITIONS Mentor/Instructor, POSSE Program, UW Madison, Teaching Assistant/Supervisor, Curriculum and Instruction, Gloria Ladson Billings, UW. Designed and taught C & I 363: Math, Science, Social Studies course to pre-service teachers. Instructor, Early Outreach Academic Success Programs, College Access Program, UW Madison Developed and taught writing course on popular culture to middle school students. Teacher, 3 rd and 4 th Grade, North Terrace Elementary, Oceanside, CA Taught in a low-income ethnically diverse school adjacent to a military base. HONORS and FELLOWSHIPS Dept. Nominee, UTSA President s Distinguished Achievement for Teaching Excellence Fall 2011 Honor s College, Faculty Award, UTSA Spring 2009 Faculty Research Development Leave, UTSA Fall 2008 School of Education Fellowship, UW-Madison Summer 2003 Lodewick Fellow, Scholarship Recipient, UW-Madison Spencer Doctoral Research Training Program Fellow, UW-Madison La Mujer Leadership Award, UW-Madison 2002 California State University Forgivable Loan/Doctoral Incentive Fellow Advanced Opportunity Fellow, UW-Madison Mentor of the Year (student nominated), CSU San Marcos 1994 Student Service Professional of the Year, CSU San Marcos 1994 NASPA New Professional of the Year nominee, CSU San Marcos 1992
10 Quijada, P. D., 10 NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE American Educational Research Association (Presidential appointment at Cabinet Level (AERA) Scholars Advocating for Gender Equity (SAGE), AERA Executive Council Committee, SAGE Chair, National Scholar Award committee; SAGE Chair, Selection of Scholar for Keynote address; SAGE, co-chair, AERA SAGE website committee. AERA, Division K, Teaching & Teacher Education, Conference Program Co-Chair AERA Division K Section 8: Teaching & Teacher Education, AERA Division K Section 7: Teaching & Teacher Education, AERA, Adolescence and Youth Special Interest Group, Co-Chair, Executive Initiative Council, Core Faculty Member, University of Texas Health Science Center, Teen Health: Provide guidance on understanding P-20 Systems and gender issues specific to Latinas. The UTHSC Sex Education Program in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention utilizes a community-wide initiative in South San Antonio School Districts to focus on decreasing teen births by Journal and Handbook Reviewer Bilingual Research Journal Educational Researcher Equity & Excellence in Education Ethnic Identity Handbook Multicultural Perspectives Journal Journal Editorial Board Member Chicana/Latina Studies, Journal of Mujeres Activas Letras y Cambios Sociales, UTSA Colectiva, 2009 Present. Memberships in Professional Organizations American Educational Research Association (AERA) American Anthropological Association (AAA) Mujeres Activas en Letras Sociales (MALCS) National Association of Multicultural Educators (NAME) REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
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