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1 Irasema Coronado Department of Political Science 6109 Los Fuentes Dr. University of Texas at El Paso El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas Telephone: Education Ph.D. Political Science University of Arizona 1998 Dissertation Topic: Who Governs in a Binational Context? The Role of Transnational Political Elites M.A. Latin American Studies University of Arizona 1989 B.A. Political Science Certificate of Latin American Studies University of South Florida 1983 Professional Experience Professor, University of Texas at El Paso- Department of Political Science Present Associate Provost, University of Texas at El Paso July 1, 2008-January 16, 2012 Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at El Paso September 1, 2006 to June Graduate Advisor Department of Political Science September January Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Texas at El Paso September 1, 2005-September 1, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Texas at El Paso Assistant Professor, Academic Advisor Center for Inter-American and Border Studies August Contributing Faculty Environmental Science and Engineering, Ph.D. program August 1999 to present 1

2 Professor, Border Exchange Program, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez, January- May Assistant Professor, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, July August Visiting Professor, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas January July Adjunct Professor, University of Texas-San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas Summer & Visiting Professor, University of Arizona, Guadalajara Summer School, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Summer 1997 & Researcher, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Nogales, Sonora, México, November July Associate Faculty, Pima Community College, Nogales, Arizona Campus August December Visiting Scholar, Associate Faculty, Cochise College, Sierra Vista, Arizona, August- December Environmental Protection Specialist, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy Analysis, Washington, D.C., May-August Graduate Research Associate, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, University of Arizona, August 1990-May Program Coordinator, College of Education, University of Arizona, May 1989-August Student Recruiter, Office of Minority Students, University of Arizona, August 1988-May Publications (*refereed) Books *Politicas: Latina Trailblazers in the Texas Political Arena, Garcia, Sonia, Martinez- Ebers, Valerie, Coronado, Irasema, Navarro, Sharon, Jaramillo, Patricia Austin, Texas: University of Texas Austin Press

3 * Juntos Pero No Revueltos: Estudios sobre la Frontera Texas-Chihuahua, Coronado, Irasema and Padilla, Hector Eds Jalapa, Veracruz: Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez. Digame! Public Policy on the Texas Border 2003 Brenner, Christine, Coronado, Irasema, Soden, Dennis, Eds. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt. *Fronteras No Más: Toward Social Justice at the U.S.-Mexico Border 2002 with Kathleen Staudt, New York: Palgrave. Articles *With Hector Padilla Migration and Discrimination: Contradictory Discourse regarding Repatriations in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico in Lusk, Mark, Kathleen Staudt and Eva Moya Social Justice in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region, Springer Press Netherlands 2012 Para la Comunidad: For the Community in Daudistel, Marcia editor Grace and Gumption in El Paso Dallas, Texas: TCU Press 2011 Be Realistic Demand the Impossible: Public Policy Changes on the U.S.-Mexico Border, in Transformation of La Familia on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Raquel Márquez, and Harriett Romo, Eds. South Bend, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press * Acción Cívica Binacional en pro de la rendición de cuentas: Organización contra la violencia en Ciudad Juárez-El Paso, with Kathleen Staudt in Reforma de la Administracion de la Justicia en México, Arturo Alvarado Ed. Colegio de Mexico * Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Ciudad Juárez-El Paso, with Kathleen Staudt in Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico. Wayne Cornelius and David Shirk, Eds. Notre Dame Press 2007 Chapter 15, pages * Mujeres y trabajo: la participación de la mujer en la fuerza laboral de la frontera Texas- México, with Christine Brenner, in Juntos Pero No Revueltos: Estudios sobre la Frontera Texas-Chihuahua. Irasema Coronado and Héctor Padilla Eds. Jalapa, Veracruz: Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez * Styles, Strategies, and Issues of Women Leaders at the Border, in Women and change at the U.S.-Mexico Border Eds. Doreen Mattingly, and Ellen Hansen. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press * Resistance on the Global Frontlines: Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border, with Kathleen Staudt in Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement. Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguasscha, Eds. Routledge.: London

4 Cross-Border Cooperation: The Case of Ciudad Juárez-El Paso, with Hector Padilla in Digame! Public Policy on the Texas Border, Christine Brenner, Irasema Coronado, Dennis Soden, Eds. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt La Vida en las Colonias de la Frontera/Life in Colonias on the Border, Latino Studies Journal 2003: Universities as Sites of Citizenship and Civic Responsibility: A Report on the Pilot Phase of the Research, with Virginia Chanley, and Ashley Woodiwiss in The Political Psychologist Newsletter American Political Science Association Vol. 7, No. 1 Spring 2002: Water Conflict in the Borderlands, with George Kourous in Borderlines Vol. 7, No. 6 Albuquerque, New Mexico, July * Conflictos Ambientales Internacionales e Internacionales, II Simposio de Estudios Fronterizos, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte: Piedras Negras, Coahuila December * Legal Solutions vs. Environmental Realities: The Case of the United States-Mexico Border Region, University of Connecticut Journal of International Law Vol. 10, No. 2 Spring 1995, p Sustainability of Development in a Border Context: The Case of Ambos Nogales, with Francisco Lara Valencia in Sustainable Development in the 21 st Century Americas: Alternative Visions of Progress: Conference Proceedings, B.A. Suderman, J.C. Jacob and M. Brinherhoff, Eds. Division of International Development, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 1995, p * Relaciones Sociales y Cooperacion Transfronteriza en la Region Sonora-Arizona, with Francisco Lara Valencia, Estudios Sociales Vol. V. No. 10 December 1995, p * The Hardening of the United States-Mexico Borderlands: Causes and Consequences, with Edward J Williams Boundary and Security Bulletin Vol. 1, No. 4, University of Durham, England January Technical Reports Effectiveness of The American Community of the U.S. Census in a Borderlands Colonia Setting, with Duncan Earle, U.S. Census Publication Technical Report (78 pages). 4

5 Barriers to Enumeration in Colonias on the U.S.-Mexico Border, with Duncan Earle, U.S. Census Publication Technical Report, (39 pages). Contributor, Report prepared by Udall Center to Ford Foundation U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Water Resources Management: Bilateral Issues, Policies and Strategies in the Nogales Region, Encyclopedia Entries Contributor, Mexico and the United States, Ed. Stacy, Lee. New York: Marshall Cavendish: 2003 (Six Encyclopedia Entries). Contributor, The Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States Oxford University Press 2006 (Eight Encyclopedia Entries). Book Reviews Vice and Virtue in the U.S.-Mexico Border Crossings: Run for the Border to be published in Choice American Immigration after 1996: The Shifting Ground of Political Inclusion, in Choice 2012 Unequal partners: the United States and Mexico in Choice 2010 Mexico: Narco-Violence and a Failed State? in Choice 2010 Intersecting inequalities: women and social policy in Peru, in Choice 2010 Feminist agendas and democracy in Latin America in Choice 2009 Women and Migration in the U.S-Mexico Borderlands, in Choice 2009 Women and Migration in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands in New Mexico Historical Society Journal 2009 Women's health movement: a global force for change in Choice 2008 Troublesome Border, in Development in Practice Huesos en el Desierto, in La Prensa, Riverside, California 4-10 April Mexico s Politics and Society in Transition, in Choice vol. 40 no. 10, June

6 Disciplining Feminism: From Social Activism to Academic Discourse, in Choice vol. 39 no. 11, July Woman and Gender in the Middle East, in Choice September Honors and Special Recognitions Top 100 Influential Hispanics in the United States October 2010 Hispanic Business Magazine Appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Joint Public Advisory Committee of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation of North America 2010-present Border Fulbright, Border Politics Project, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez Woman of the Year, Latinas Unidas Harvard University REACH Award, Education Category, YWCA El Paso, Texas Adaljiza Sosa Riddell Undergraduate Mentor Award, American Political Science Association, Committee on the Status of Latinos and Chicanos in the Profession Fulbright Scholar, German Studies Seminar, International Migration and National Identities Summer Who s Who Among America s Teachers Participant, Infusing Asian Studies into the Curriculum Study Tour University of Hawaii and Manila, Philippines June Recipient, Medalla de Merito Civico, Club de Mujeres Profesionistas y de Negocios de Sonora, A.C. February Recipient, Environmental Award, November 1994, Prescott College. International Consultant U.S. State Department in Lima, Peru Accreditation and Quality Control in Education for Higher Education September 2010 Grants Co-PI Kauffman Foundation Grant Hispanic Entrepenuership $2 million dollars present 6

7 Classes Taught at UTEP University 1301 Gobierno Local en Perspectiva Comparativa University 1301 Medio Ambiente en la Frontera LABS 3300 The Americas LABS 2330 The Border POLS 2311 American Government (English and Spanish) POLS 4334 Regional Politics (Middle East Politics) POLS 5380 Southwest Border Politics POLS 4337 Government and Politics of Mexico POLS 4314 Women, Power and Politics ESE 6301 Environmental Law and Policy POLS 5380, POLS 4380, CHIC 4350 and LABS 5301 Cross-Border Cooperation (Wintermester) POLS 2310 Introduction to Politics POLS 3314 Ethnicity and Race in America POLS 4366 Women and Politics in Latin America (Wintermester) Professional Presentations Regionalization and Collaboration in the U.S.-Mexico Border, 50 th Annual Convention, International Studies Association, New York City, New York, February a Jornada Informativa del IME Género y Migración, Instituto de los Mexicanos en el Exterior, August 24-27, MS Magazine Cruise, Mexican Elections and Women February 18-25, 2007 Mexico, Guatemala, Florida, Belize. US-Mexico Binational Center for Environmental Sciences and Toxicology, Global Environmental Health Workshop, Social Justice at the Border Wed. March 14, 2007 Tucson, Arizona. 4 th Annual Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Undergraduate Student Conference, Michigan State University The Left in Mexico March 28, BRIT VIII Border Regions in Transition. Lublin, Poland and Lviv, Ukraine. September 20-25, Paper: El Voto: Absensentee Voting in the 2006 Mexican Elections. American Political Science Association. Philadelphia, PA. August 30-September 3, A Short Course on Borders. 7

8 Coloquio Internacional Migraciones y Fronteras. Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas. Noviembre 14-17, Paper: Niños Migrantes: Cruzando Fronteras. With Tony Payan Who Governs? Agency and Interets in Cross- border Governance Presented in Jerusalem, Israel at the BRIT VII Conference January With John Bretting Mobilizing Grassroots Democracy-American Indians, Anglos, Mexicans, and Mexican Americans, APSA Conference Casinos in the Borderlands Association of Borderland Studies Violence against Women on the Border, Presented at Incarnate Word 2/25/05, Southwest Texas State 2/25/05. Quien Gobierna en la Frontera Fulbright Scholars Annual Meeting Mexico City, Mexico, 3/2/05. Keynote speaker for the Joan B. Kroc Peace & Justice Distinguished Lectura, University of San Diego May 05, Undocumented and Unaccompanied Children on the Border Violencia e Impunidad en la Frontera Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez /University of Texas El Paso, El Paso, Texas Nov. 25, Women s Issues on the Border, Young Democrats Convention, San Antonio, Texas Nov. 23, Civic Action for Political Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Ciudad Juárez and El Paso Primer Encuentro Sobre Estudios de la Mujer En la Region Paso Del Norte Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua November 13-14, The Numbers Game and the Social Construction of Women Victims in Ciudad Juárez University of California Los Angeles, October 31-Nov 2, A Real Life Perspective: The Roles of Mentors in Higher Education, American Political Science Association-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 26-30, Fronteras No Más: Toward Social Justice at the U.S.- Mexico Border, Center for U.S.- Mexico Studies, University of California- San Diego, April 23, Resistance on the Global Frontlines: Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border with Kathleen Staudt International Studies Association, February 26-March 1, 2003 Portland, Oregon, February 26-March 1,

9 Status of Women on the U.S.-Mexico Border, United Nations Commission on the Status of Women 47 th Annual Meeting, New York, New York, March 5-14, Testimonios: Celebrating our Stories, Women s History Month, University of Texas - San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, March 24, Innovative Ideas for Teaching Border Classes in a University Setting, Association for Borderland Studies, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 9-12, Teaching Tolerance and Respect in a Democracy, The Arab World: Insights into Islam; Relations Between Jews, Christians and Muslims, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, March 24, Environmental Issues on the U.S.-Mexico Border Water in the Desert Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 8-9, Barriers to Census Enumeration in Colonias: The Loss of the Female Voice? Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, La. March 27-30, Cross-Border Cooperation: Challenges and Successes, Center for Inter-American and Border Studies Brown Bag Series April 25, Transnational Citizenship Across Fortified Borders: Implications for Latino Politics in a Changing World, American Political Science Association, Boston, Mass. August 28-31, Fronteras No Más Border Cities/Border Cultures Conference, University of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 15-16, Capacity Building for Environmental Health in the Paso del Norte Region: The Case of El Paso/ Juárez, United States Environmental Protection Agency Community Involvement Conference and Training, San Antonio, Texas, June 19-22, Cross-Border Cooperation at the U.S.-Mexico Border, Latin American Studies Association Meeting, Washington, D.C. September 6, Universities as Sites of Democracy: Community - University Relations, American Political Science Association Meeting, San Francisco, California, September 2, U.S. México Border Environmental Issues, Consorcio Educativo para la Protección Ambiental, San Juan, Puerto Rico April 22-25, American Community Survey: Data Gathering in Colonias, with Duncan Earle Association of Borderland Scholars, Reno, Nevada, April 19-20,

10 Methodological Issues in Census Research in Colonias, with Duncan Earle, Census Workshop Conference, University of Texas-El Paso April 17, Border Counts: Barriers to Enumeration in Colonias, with Duncan Earle, American Anthropological Association Meeting, San Francisco, California, Nov , Women of the Middle East, Southwest Women s Association Studies Conference, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas March 17, Perceptions of Colonia Residents of the US Census, Statistical Research Division Colloquium, Washington, D.C., September 26, PRI Primary: Election Results in Ciudad Juárez, Rocky Mountain Conference on Latin American Studies, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Oct "Cultural Poetics of Environmental Justice on the U.S.-México Border, with Kamala Platt, American Sociological Association Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August "Cultural Poetics of Environmental Justice on the U.S.-México Border," Gateways Fellows, Zuazua, Nuevo Leon, Mexico February "Research Methods in a Border Context: The Case of the Mixtecas in Nogales, Sonora," National Association of Chicano Scholars, San Antonio, Texas, April "Environmental Justice on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Gateway Fellows, University of Texas-San Antonio March "Women in the Field of Political Science," National Women's Week, University of Texas-San Antonio, March "Bilingual Education and the North American Free Trade Agreement," San Antonio Area Association for Bilingual Education, University of Texas-San Antonio, March 29, "Who Governs in a Binational Context? The Role of Transnational Political Elite," Latin American Studies Association XIX Congress, Washington, D.C., September 28-30, "Women on the Border: The Case of the Mixtecas," Association of Borderland Scholars, Oakland, California, April 19-21, "The Role of Women in Addressing Environmental Issues in the United States-Mexico Border Region," United States Environmental Protection Agency: Women and the Environment Conference, Oakland, California, November "Sustainable Development in the United States-Mexico Border Region: The Case of Water Resources in Ambos Nogales", with Francisco Lara Valencia, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, March

11 "Environmental Equity in the United States-Mexico Border Region," Western Political Science Association Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March "Towards the Development of an Inclusive, Interdisciplinary, and Interagency Research Design to Ensure Environmental Justice," Symposium on Health Research Needs to Ensure Environmental Justice, Washington, D.C., February "Women and Education on the Mexico-United States Border," The Way Up Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, October "Hacia La Reforma Electoral: Cultura Política, Sociedad Civil y Partidos Políticos," Comisión Estatal Electoral, Hermosillo, Sonora, August, "Militarization of the Border: Implications for Democracy," with Edward J. Williams, Violence on the Border Conference, University of Texas at El Paso, May "Militarization of the Border: Multiorganizational Policy Analysis," with Edward J. Williams, Inventando las Fronteras Conference, COLEF/Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, April "Images and Perspectives of Transboundary Relations in Ambos Nogales," with Francisco Lara, Association of Borderlands Scholars, Corpus Christi, Texas, April "Mujer que no se Organiza Sigue Planchando Camisa," COLEF/CETIS International Day of the Woman, Nogales, Sonora, March "Women and Politics in Mexico: A Call for Research, Whither Mexico? Conference, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, March "Border Environmental Plan: Citizen Participation and Public Policy Development in a Binational Context," Ford Foundation Meeting on Setting a Binational Research Agenda, Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, October "Infusing Race, Class, and Gender into American Government Courses," Western Political Science Association Meeting, Newport Beach, California, March "Issues of Cultural Diversity in Higher Education," National Conference on the Training of Teaching Assistants, Austin, Texas, November "Multiculturalizing the Curriculum in Higher Education: Project IMPACT," National Association of Bilingual Education, Tucson, Arizona, April Grants and Contracts 11

12 Civic Capacity, Leadership, and Service Learning for Housing and Economic Development in El Paso, summer support. Sector Agua, Saneamiento y Salud Publica with Fundación Mexicana para la Ciencia Border, Border Pact Grant $12,000, Women on the Border Conference Ford Foundation through Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, University of Texas- El Paso, $1,700, "Cultural Poetics of Environmental Justice" with Kamala Platt, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas, $10,000, U.S.- Mexico Border Research Project Faculty Development Grant University of the Incarnate Word $500, Mexico Border Web Site Data Base Faculty Development Grant University of the Incarnate Word, $2,000, Content Analysis of Border Newspapers Project Faculty Development Grant with Laura Hendrickson, University of the Incarnate Word, $2,000, Women in the Informal Economy Ford Foundation: Programa de Estudios Micro Sociales Aplicados. $7,000, The Arizona Politics Project Pima Community College: Minority Education Development Fund. $2, grant for, Women s Educational Needs Assessment Southern Arizona Women's Fund $2,350, Teaching Innovations Community Partnerships- Census Data Research and Web Page Development Centro Mujeres de la Esperanza, Fall Community Partnerships-Produced Video on Air Quality Symposium in Ciudad Juárez and El Paso, Spring Community Partnerships- Research Study with Borderwatch NGO on Medically Uninsured in El Paso, Fall Community Parternships-Women, Power and Politics- Students put on an annual conference presenting findings from their original research projects. Wintermester Class Cross-Border Cooperation. 12

13 Conferences Organized Student Research Conference: Political Incorporation of Immigrant Women El Paso, Texas May 24, 2012 Women, Power and Politics El Paso, Texas November 20, UNIV 1301 Student Research Conference: Medio Ambiente de la Frontera Fall UNIV 1301 Student Research Conference: Gobierno Local en Perspectiva Comparativa Spring Women, Power and Politics University of Texas- El Paso, Texas November 29, Women, Power and Politics University of Texas-El Paso, Texas April 27, Colloquia on Latin America and the U.S.-Mexico Border, University of Texas- El Paso, Texas May 3, Organizer, First, Second and Third Annual Student Research Conference, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, April 1997, 1998, MA/MPA and Ph.D. Committees UTEP Chair, Gloria Villaverde A study of International Wastewater Challenges and Policy in the Tijuana River Watershed Ph.D. Dissertation in progress Committee Member, Evgenie Scheckter Heavy metal pollution in the El Paso Juarez Metropolis Ph.D. Dissertation in progress Committee Member, Fernando Becerra Davila Ozone Studies in the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez Airshed Ph.D. Dissertation in progress Committee Member, Yvette Saavedra Competing Visions: The Politics of Racial and Ethnic Identity Formation and Land use in Pasadena, Ph.D. Dissertation in progress Chair, Marina Valdez Discretionary Power of Border Law Enforcement Officers M.A.thesis in progress. Committee Member, Jorge Jimenez The Personal Businesses of Porfirio Diaz and the Early Modernization of Mexico, Ph.D. Dissertation completed 2012 Committee Member, Ramiro Lujan Water Mass Balances for the Rio Grande/Bravo from Fort Quitman, Texas to Foster Ranch Near Langtry, Texas: An Assessment of Factors Ph.D. Dissertation

14 Committee Member, Sergio Garcia Ni de Aquí ni de Allá: Transnationalism and Political Participation in Latino/a Communities M.A. Thesis completed 2010 Committee Member, Beatriz Adriana Rocha-Gutierrez Study of PBDEs in wastewater, water and sludge of El Paso del Norte border Region using SBSE TD/GC-MS, Environmental Science and Engineering Ph.D. Dissertation completed 2010 Committee Member, Anita August Rhetorical Slugfest between two Feminist Ph.D. English completed 2010 Chair, Carolina Pallares Political Socialization of Adults in INEA Program MA thesis completed 2009 Committee Member, Jaqueline Hawley Analysis of Secondary Data on the Causes and Consequences of Migration by Central American Children M.A. Thesis Completed 2009 Committee Member, Manuel Mendoza Border Art Exhibition Report M.A. Completed 2008 Chair, Amanda Vasquez Uncovering influences of Congressional Decision-Making M.A. Thesis completed 2006 Committee Member, Christina Alvear Gregorio Cortez M.A. Thesis completed 2006 Committee Member, José Mariano Campero González Mexico s Oil Expropriation and its Relationship to WWII M.A. Thesis completed 2006 Committee Member, Jessica Peña Border Music as an Expression of Culture M.A.Thesis completed in 2005 Committee Member, Jorge Salas Plata Environmental Science and Engineering Water Challenges arising out of the Historical Allocation of the Rio Grande Water in El Paso- Ciudad Juárez Region Ph.D. completed 2005 Chair, Tina Mayagoitia The Water Debt Issue: Perceptions of Activists, Politicians and Scientists M.P.A. completed 2003 Chair, Maria Picard Ami, The Effect of Government Policy on Quality of Life Issues: Perception of Colonia Residents M.P.A. completed

15 Committee Member, Afamia El-Nakat Treating the Jordan River as an Economic Good, Environmental Science and Engineering Ph.D. Dissertation completed Chair, Roberto Martínez, NGO s on the U.S.-Mexico Border M.P.A. completed Fall Chair, Nohemi Rubio,- Transboundary Shipment of Hazadorous Materials, M.P.A. completed 2002 Chair, Mary Bardouche Implementation of Values Education in Schools M.A.completed 2000 Ph.D. and MA Committees External Committee Member, Adriana Miramontez, University of Texas at San Antonio (En)Countering Gender Violence and Impunity: The Art of Teresa Margolles and Regina Jose Galindo M.A. Thesis completed 2012 Committee Member, Noel Caniglia Union Institute Sustainability Education: How Land-Based Women s Sense of Place Frames their Role as Informal Ecojustice Educatorsin Passing Down Exert Knowledge, Cultural Values, and Pathways to Wisdom Union Institute Ph.D. Dissertation Completed 2010 Director, Abraham Paniagua Vázquez, Ph.D. La Dimensión política de los movimientos sociales en la frontera Estados Unidos-México El caso de la participación de latinos en el Paso Texas, completed Committee Member Elsa Patricia Hernández Hernández Ph.D. Mujeres, Agencia y Entramados Institucionales en Sectores Populares de Ciudad Juarez, completed 2009 Committee Member, Maria de Lourdes Romo Respuesta social en areas vulnerables a riesgo fisico Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco. Ph.D. Dissertation Completed 2006 Committee Member, Julia Monarrez Ph.D. Feminicidios en la Frontera Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco completed 2005 Committee Member, Consuelo Pequeno, Ph.D. Las Mujeres Obreras de la Frontera Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco completed

16 Chair, Elsa Patricia Hernández Hernández M.A. La Participación Política de las Mujeres en el Gobierno Local: El Caso de las Regidoras de Juárez , completed Fall Committee Member, Martha Knight M.A. Committee Latin American Studies University of Arizona completed May McNair Scholars Jesse Arrieta, Poder de la Mujer: Women s Advocacy Groups that Make a Difference completed Kimberly M. Clark, The History of a School Board: The Ysleta Independent School through the 1990 s completed Marcial Martínez, The Religious, Political and Zapatista Impact in Chiapas, México completed Teresa Sotelo, Honors Thesis En Chiapas, No Hay Niños, In Chiapas, There are no Children: A de Frontera a Frontera Experience: The Sharing of Stories completed 2003 Sonya Saunders, Honors Thesis An Evaluation of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Its Effectiveness in the Protection of Immigrant Women from Domestic Violence Study Tours Organized for Students and Faculty U.S.-Mexico Border 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Middle East Summer 1999 Germany and Czech Republic 1998 Service UTEP Peer Reviewer, University of Arizona Press Peer Reviewer, University of Texas Press Peer Reviewer, Lynne Riener Press Peer Reviewer, Vanderbilt University Press Peer Reviewer, Frontera Norte 16

17 Peer Reviewer,Noesis Peer Reviewer, Migracion Internacional Peer Reviewer, Geopolitics Peer Reviewer, Politics and Gender Panelist, The Border is the Place Where we Live, UTEP April 17, Panelist, UTEP Mother-Daughter/Father-Son Programs February 8, Peer Reviewer, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Member, American Political Science Association, Task Force on Mentoring, 2002, Co-Editor, Journal for Law and Border Studies 2002, Peer Reviewer, Journal for Law and Border Studies Peer Reviewer, Journal of Borderland Studies Participant, Seminario Permanente Interinstitucional sobre Política, Políticas Publicas y Democracia. Presenter, Bordering the Future: Hispanic Population Growth and South-of-the-Border Influences, Journalism Fellowship UTEP March 10-12, Presenter, El Paso International Visitors Program, Environmental Issues on the Border February 25 and March 27, Panelist, Iraq: Terrorist State? UTEP October 21, Search Committee Member, Program Coordinator Center for Inter-American and Border Studies Spring Panelist, NAFTA and the Border, Trade Unionist from Peru, UTEP September 24, Presenter, Take Back the Night, UTEP, September 18, Presenter, Environmental Justice Neighborhood Improvement Associations September 25, Presenter, Good Water Neighbors Program-Friends of the Earth UTEP December 12,

18 Faculty Advisor, Muslim Student Association 2002, Organizer, City Council Candidates Forum, Thursday April 12, Panelist, Encuentro/Encounter a Bi-National US Mexico Forum UTEP and UACJ, March 31, Panelist, Gender Across the Disciplines: A Roundtable Discussion March 27, Search Committee Member, Assistant Director for Public Policy Research Center, Spring United Way Department Representative, Judge, Historical Archive Center UTEP and Museo de la Aduana Ciudad Juárez Binational and Bilingual Writing Contest Award, July Participant, Immigration History Museum Planning Committee, Committee Member, BA in Interdisciplinary Studies, Ph.D. Planning Committee, Department of Political Science Environmental Justice Task Force Coordinator, Community Partnerships Committee Member, Center for Inter-American and Border Studies to create MA in Latin American and Border Studies, Committee Member, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences BRIDGE Program, 2000 & McNair Scholars Board of Directors 2000, 2001, McNair Scholars Student Selection Committee Committee Member BA in Interdisciplinary Studies Committee Member National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences BRIDGE Program 2000, McNair Faculty Mentor 2001, 2002, Center for Law and Border Studies Mentor 2000,

19 Faculty Advisor Mock Organization of American States Meeting, February 2000 and November 2000 in San Antonio, Texas. MPA Committee, Department of Political Science Community Service Member, USEPA Good Neighbor Environmental Board, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, Member, YWCA REACH Award Committee Founding Member, Co-Chair Coalition Against Violence Toward Women and Children on the Border 2002 present. Member, Board of Directors, Bridge Center for Contemporary Art El Paso, Texas. Member, Board of Directors Frontera Women s Foundation 2007-present Member, Board of Directors, FEMAP Present Invited Local Lectures Politicas-Latina Public Officials in Texas, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, October 1, Politicas-Latina Public Officials in Texas, American Association of University Women, El Paso Texas November 8, Successful Cross-Border Cooperation Efforts on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Thirteenth Annual International Conference on the Quality of Life on the United States-Mexico Border, El Paso Community College, El Paso, Texas April 9, Cross-Border Migration and its Impact on El Paso-Ciudad Juárez, Border Institute for Executive Directors of Nonprofit Organizations for the El Paso Community Foundation El Paso, Texas, March 14, US-Mexico Border Environment, UTEP Professor Roberto Villarreal s Doctoral Seminar March 11, Women in the Environmental Arena, Bureau of Reclamation El Paso, Texas March 25,

20 Participant, Roundtable Discussion Paso Del Norte Women in the Environmental Field USEPA March 13, 2002 El Paso, Texas Cross-Border Environmental Issues, State Department International Visitors Bureau, El Paso, Texas March 27, International Migration: The U.S. Perspective, El Paso Community Foundation January 11, Environmental Issues on the US-Mexico Border, December 11, 2000, University of Ohio Students. The Good Neighbor Environmental Board, USEPA Border Office Guest Speaker Series El Paso Public Library August 9, Women on the Border: The Case of the Mixtecas in Nogales, Sonora, June 20, 2000, Wake Forest University Students. US-Mexico Border Environmental Issues, International Visitor s Bureau, February 2, Invited Lectures in other communities Featured Author and Moderator, Politicas: Latina Public Officials in Texas 2008 Texas Book Festival, Austin Texas, November 1, Presenter, Communications across Borders Michigan State University, July Panelist, No Accuser, Nor Crime, But You re Guilty University of Arizona, April 24, Sociedad en la Frontera Mexico-Estados Unidos, UTEP, UACJ, and NMSU and UTEP, 2001, 2002, Commentator, II Foro Fronterizo (No) Violencia y Relaciones de Género en la Frontera Norte, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua March 10, Environmental Justice Issues on the US-Mexico Border, President s Peace Commission Program St. Mary s University, San Antonio, Texas, Thursday March 22, El Patronato Cultural Hispanoamericano, San Antonio, Texas, Indigenous Women on the Border, February 21, "Towards the Next Millenium: Latinos in the United States," San Juan, Texas, October

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