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The Chicano Studies Institute at UC Santa Barbara hosts and supports conferences, seminars, workshops and events that contribute to a stimulating educational and research environment for faculty, researchers, staff, students and community members.


30th Annual Latine College Day 2023

A one-day outreach event hosted by El Congreso de UCSB that takes place on the UCSB campus, inviting middle school, high school and community college students in the tri-county area to attend.

UCSB Campus | 9:00am

Crafting an Academic Digital Profile With Prof. Silvia Rodriguez Vega

In this workshop graduate students will learn about the significance of a digital scholarly profile. Questions such as- do you really need your own website? what do you include? should i really watch what I say on social media?- will be answered.


1623 South Hall | 10:00am

Writing a Winning Book Proposal

Editors from the University of California Press will conduct a workshop on the book publication process and writing a book proposal. 

Faculty Club BEW Pavillion | 12:00pm

The Politics of Citation, Co-Authorship, and Networks

Beth Mitchneck, Professor Emerita of Geography and former NSF Program Director, will present strategies for collaboration and co-authorship.

Faculty Club BEW Pavillion | 12:00pm

Time Management and Bullet Journaling Strategies

In this workshop, Professor Inés Casillas will show you how to effectively use bullet journaling techniques.

Faculty Club BEW Pavilion | 12:00pm