Participants will learn an overview of terminology, policies, and legislation that impacts students from immigrant and refugee backgrounds. This interactive session includes a formal presentation, discussions, and activities that help faculty, staff and administration develop ways to support students with an undocumented, DACA or refugee status.
Intended Audience: Staff, faculty, students & administrators at the UA
Wed, Oct 30 | 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. CANCELED (Future dates coming)
Duration: 90-120 minutes
In this brave space of accountability, participants can bring questions and share updates on how you/your department is supporting students with an undocumented, DACA or refugee status. ISRC staff will guide a discussion generated by participants' questions tuition, scholarships and fellowships and more. Coffee, tea, & snacks are provided by the ISRC.
Intended Audience: Students, staff, faculty, administrators
(Open to all. Folx who attended an ISRC training are strongly encouraged to attend.)
Duration: 75-90 minutes
Next training: Wednesday, November 13 | 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Mental Health & Immigrant Communities
90-min presentation and training focused on factors related to mental health among immigrant communities, including communities with an undocumented and refugee legal status. Discuss person-centered language approach when working with university students and community members who have an undocumented legal status or refugee status. Develop practical ways to better support the wellness of students who have undocumented legal status or refugee status.
*GUEST PRESENTER: Liliana Campos, a member of the CA Psychological Association Immigrant Task Force
Intended Audience: Staff, faculty & administrators
Duration: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Next training: October 4, 2019