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Dear Graduates,

The faculty, students and staff of the Latina/o Studies Program and Latinx Student Success Office send you on your way with mixed emotions. We are immensely proud that you have reached this significant benchmark in your life, we celebrate your achievements and we wish you the best in life. But you will be missed. We have been fortunate in the opportunity you gave us to become a part of your experiences and now, memories. And we have learned much from you and your efforts to honor, perpetuate and support the Latina/o presence at Cornell.

We encourage you, as you become alumni to keep in touch. You are now part of the Latina/o Studies Program history and tradition.

Best regards,
Latina/o Studies Program

Latina/o Studies Minor Graduates

2019 Minors
• Melissa Aranda, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Animal Science
• Barbara Cruz, College of Arts and Sciences, Government
• Tess Davey, College of Arts and Sciences, Government and Economics
• Jacqueline Davies, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Fine Arts
• Odalis Flores, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Fernando Gil, College of Arts and Sciences, Statistical Science
• Jodaliza Gloder, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Marlen González, College of Arts and Sciences, Performing and Media Arts
• Karen Loya, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Alexis Martell, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry
• Nayara Luna Guzmán, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Food Science
• Julia Cristina Pagán Andréu, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Javier Pareja, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Jesse Enrique Sánchez, College of Arts and Sciences, Government and History
• Tatiana Suero, School of Hotel Administration
• Silvia Alejandra Treviño, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Biology & Society

Graduate Minors
• Rodrigo Alatriste-Díaz, Ph.D., Department of Development Sociology
• Sonora Rodríguez, MRP, Department of City and Regional Planning
• María Ramírez Flores, Ph.D., Department of Sociology      

2018 Minors​
• Jazmín Aguilar-Romero, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry
• Julissa Andrade, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Victoria Begley, College of Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Nicole Beltran, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology
• Vanessa Chicas, College of Human Ecology, Human Development
• Leighton Cook, College of Arts and Sciences, German Studies & History
• Kevin Cruz Amaya, College of Arts and Sciences, American Studies &
College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Fine Arts
• Michelle Fonseca, School of Hotel Administration
• Tiffany Fotopoulos, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Amanda Garcia, College of Arts and Sciences, Government & FGSS
• Andrea Hernández, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Animal Science
• Salvador Herrera, College of Arts and Sciences, English
• Sarah Johnson, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Rosario Majano, College of Human Ecology, Global and Public Health
• Miguel Martinez, College of Arts and Sciences, Government
• Jenny Olguin, School of Hotel Administration
• Nathaniel Pineda, College of Arts and Sciences, English
• Irving Torres-Lopez, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Vivian Vasquez, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
• Sarah Zumba, College of Arts and Sciences, English

Graduate Minors
• Mario Jimenez Chacon, Ph.D., Department of Romance Studies
• Alberto Milian, Ph.D., Department of History
• Nancy Quintanilla, Ph.D., Department of English

2017 Minors​
• Francisca Aparo, Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Kim Cardenas, Arts and Sciences, Government
• Selena Cardona, Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Carlos Cortes, ILR, Industrial and Labor Relations (December)
• Susana Diaz, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Animal Science (December)
• Angie Estevez Prada, ILR, Industrial and Labor Relations
• Michelle Garcia, Arts and Sciences, History
• Jeremiah Grant, Arts and Sciences, Africana Studies
• Darling Gutierrez, ILR, Industrial and Labor Relations
• Paola Muñoz, Human Ecology, Human Development
• Jenil Rosario, School of Hotel Administration
• Jonathan Sanchez, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Development Sociology
• Albaro Tutasig, ILR, Industrial and Labor Relations
• Jocelyn Vega, Arts and Sciences, Government/Sociology

Graduate Minors
• David Cortez, Ph.D., Government

2016 Minors​
• Bonnie Acosta, Agriculture & Life Sciences, Atmospheric Science
• Yahaira Barrera, Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Christina Gutierrez, Arts and Sciences, History
• Ben Hernandez, Engineering
• Isabel Macias, Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Alejandra Rodriguez, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Nutritional Science
• Emily Taveras, Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Jose Valle-Calderon, Arts and Sciences, Sociology
• Rafael Wilson, Arts and Sciences, Sociology

2015 Minors
• Veronica Dagostino, ILR, Industrial & Labor Relations
• Rebeca Gallo Lazo, ILR, Industrial & Labor Relations
• Phoebe Houston, Arts & Sciences, American Studies
• Gabriela Leon, Arts & Sciences, English
• Desiree Luna, Arts & Sciences, Biological Science
• Brenda Martinez , Arts & Sciences, Anthropology
• Sarah Proo , Arts & Sciences, English
• Deborah Rose, Arts & Sciences, Spanish 

Graduate Minors
• Evelyn Ambriz, MPA, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA)
• Omar Figueredo, Ph.D., Hispanic Literature
• Elizabeth Phelps, Ph.D. , Anthropology      

List of Latina/o Studies Minor Graduates (1995 - 2014)

 

By the Numbers

113
Latina/o tenured track faculty & academic professionals at Cornell University
7,876
Latino/Hispanic alumni

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