Adrian Bautista invited to serve as panelist for State of the Profession symposium
February 4, 2021
Assistant Vice President of Student Life Adrian Bautista was recently invited by the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International (ACUHO-I) to serve as a panelist for its 2021 State of the Profession symposium, an exclusive invitation-only opportunity designed specifically for senior housing and residence life professionals.
State of the Profession brings together the most senior leaders in the field to engage with powerful voices and cutting-edge perspectives from inside and outside of higher education. The panel, moderated by Luis Jimenez Inoa, Ph.D., Associate Dean of the College, Student Living and Wellness at Vassar College, focused on the roles of colleges/universities and senior housing officers in pushing their organizations forward in pursuit of anti-racism.
Adrian Bautista Participates on Panel
July 7, 2019
Adrian Bautista, assistant vice president and senior associate dean for strategic initiatives, recently participated on a panel titled "Recovering the History of the Latinx Catholic Midwest" at the Fifth Annual Midwestern History Association Conference. Bautista joined Deborah Kanter, chair and John S. Ludington Endowed Professor of History at Albion College. Kanter is the parent of León Pescador '18 and author of the forthcoming Chicago Católico: Making Catholic Parishes Mexican (University of Illinois Press).
Bautista, Fraser, and Kerchner Present at Conference
October 23, 2018
Three faculty members presented "Transformative Imaginations: Decarceration and Liberatory Futures" at the October 2018 Imagining America National Conference in Chicago. The faculty were: Jody Kerchner, professor of music education, director in the division of pedagogy, advocacy, and community engagement, and community-based learning/research faculty fellow; Jennifer Fraser, associate professor of ethnomusicology and anthropology; Adrian Bautista, comparative american studies and senior associate dean for strategic initiatives.
Adrian Bautista Publishes in Journal of African American Studies
October 6, 2017
Bautista, Perez, Reyes Receive Grant
April 21, 2017
Adrian Bautista, assistant vice president of student life and instructor, Gina Perez, professor of comparative American studies, and Julio Reyes, Multicultural Resource Center assistant director and Latinx community coordinator, were recently awarded a grant from the Great Lakes Colleges Association's Oral History in the Liberal Arts (OHLA) mini-grant program for their “Latina/o/x Oral Histories of Northeast Ohio” course/project. Taught this semester as CAST 335, the project is an ongoing collaboration between Oberlin College students, staff, faculty and Latina/o/x residents and community organizations to document Latina/o/x histories and contemporary experiences throughout Northeast Ohio.
The award includes a mini-grant for course and project development, as well as full support for participation in the OHLA oral history institute this summer at Kenyon College.
Adrian Bautista Presents at Las Hermanas Symposium
March 24, 2015
Adrian Bautista, associate dean of campus life and director of residential education, presented at the symposium Las Hermanas: The Struggle is One held March 19-21 at University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. The symposium honored the history, development, and legacy of Las Hermanas, a grassroots Latina movement formed 40 years ago to challenge and change the church and its role in society.
Bautista's paper, “Hermanas, Esposas, y Feministas: The Deacon’s Wife as an Agent of Social Change,” was part of a Latinas/os in Ministry panel presentation.
Adrian Bautista Presents on Panel
June 3, 2014
Associate Dean of Campus Life Adrian Bautista presented at the 2014 Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900. Bautista served on a panel entitled “Latinas/os and the Great Outdoors?” and his paper examined the tensions between American agrarianism, the plight of migrant farmworkers, and the Catholic Church’s role in the campaign to organize farm workers in northern Ohio.
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