Academic Year News Page
News from the 2022-2023 Academic Year
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Building Integrated Communities is delighted to announce a call for applications for the new Local Government Language Access Collaborative, a one-year interactive course designed to build capacity for North Carolina local governments to communicate with residents in community languages.
The UNC-Duke Consortium is among a select group of academic programs awarded Title VI funding from the U.S. Department of Education for the 2022-2025 grant cycle.
All of us at ISA join the friends and colleagues of Cynthia Radding (History) in congratulating her on the publication of her new book, Bountiful Deserts: Sustaining Indigenous Worlds in North New Spain (University of Arizona Press)
We are hiring an Outreach Coordinator
ISA’s Building Integrated Communities program is excited to hire two full-time bilingual positions and expand our team. The positions are based at UNC Chapel Hill and are grant-funded for a three year period with health insurance and benefits.
Skylar Zee joins us as the new Outreach Coordinator for the Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University
Susan Clifford joins us as the Language Access Coordinator for the Building Integrated Communities initiative at ISA.
Emily Spangenberg joins us at the Bilingual Program Coordinator for the Building Integrated Communities Initiative at ISA.
ISA congratulates Stephen Anderson and the DJP for winning two awards at the third annual Premios Indie Dominicano.
Pedro Lopes de Almeida (Romance Studies) receives the 2023 Faculty and Postdoctoral LGBTQIA+ Advocacy Award from the UNC LGBT Center
Andreina Malki selected as a 2023 Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Innovation Fellow!
Chlesea Ramsey, Latin American Studies Major 2023, wins a Fulbright.
With the memory of Commencement 2023 still fresh in our thoughts, we at the Institute for the Study of the Americas look back upon Academic Year 2022-2023 and give ourselves permission to strike a self-satisfied pose with the achievements of year-long planning and successfully executed programming.