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jennifer funes martinez

Jennifer Funes-Martinez, received her B.A. in Africana & Latino Studies and Psychology in May 2014. In 2015-16 she worked as a counselor in the Educational Opportunity Program. Currently, she is completing a MSW degree at New York University.

I did not understand the impact that the ALS department had in my life until I graduated and started my Master of Social Work. As an undergraduate student I realized the importance of having a strong support system. The ALS faculty easily became a part of my support system, which all started with Dr. Caridad Souza with whom I took Introduction to Black & Latino Experience. She helped me understand that t这里 was so much more that I needed to learn. The department granted access for me to develop as a young adult by being president of the ALS Club for one year and serving in the Ghana Learn and Serve Program in 2011. Further, having these opportunities and learning as much as I did through coursework, I learned how to develop advocacy skills that became useful when I started my Master of Social Work at New York University. In my graduate classes my peers would acknowledge that I did not fear to speak about injustices towards oppressed groups. My confidence as an individual and professional developed with the guidance, love and support that I received from the ALS department.


Dominique Petit Frere

Dominique Petit Frere, received her B.A. in Africana and Latino Studies & Philosophy in 2015. In Spring 2016 she is interning at the African Studies Center, Leiden University, The Netherlands w这里 she will likely pursue graduate studies. 

Akwaaba!我的名字是Dominique Petit Friere,我最近从Suny Oneonta毕业,并在非洲人和拉丁裔研究和哲学中毕业。我的专业利益在于全球发展领域,专门关注非洲国家的社会经济发展。在我的本科学习期间,我寻求有机会在加纳,西非的海岸大学学习。通过这种经验,我能够实现对该国及其丰富的历史的理解。在我的留学期间,我受到了我的教授在ALS部门的灵感,以前往非洲的其他国家,如布基纳法索,莱索托和南非。在ALS部门的无条件帮助,爱和支持下,我能够最大限度地提高我的学术研究,导致令人难忘的经验。因此,我现在是莱顿大学的研究实习生,专注于几个非洲国家的社会经济发展和自然资源管理。作为一个整体,ALS系提供跨性功能研究,其中学生没有绑到学术课堂环境中,也有机会扩展和应用他们正在收到的知识。毫无疑问,ALS部门是最思想的挑衅,非传统,新的学习的一个学习之一,在那里您获得信任,自由和应用知识的机会,并在这个世界上有所作为。


Daniel Pneuman

Daniel Pneuman:B.a.,Africana和Latino研究[Africana Track]和政治学,2011年的社会司法研究。他现在是AFS-USA的签证协调员,在纽约市的非营利区,促进了教育汇编方案。自从毕业以来,他曾担任亚瑟赫特策的办公室署长,该公司是一家民权律师事务所,是密尔沃基的公民律师事务所,他也是和平行动总裁Wi总裁,与员工一起设计和制定关于国家和平与社会司法事项的立法竞选活动和国家层面。

我始于Suny Oneonta,作为一个未被宣放的专业,他只知道一件事:我有激情渴望改善全球南方的生活条件和人权。我很快发现了ALS部门对我来说是最适合的。今天,对于学生来说,了解所有细微待涉生的压迫史(种族,种族,课,性别,性)以及传达不同社会和治理系统的力量如何运作的技能是至关重要的。没有其他部门为学生提供了解概念工具,以了解这一点以及如何实施变更。通过ALS我参加了服务学习,例如,监督和帮助我们的团队在加纳东南部建造一个村诊所,并在Charaj,Charaj中的加纳人权组织进行学期,在美国不太可能获得经验的深度。我了解了SADC仿真课程的政治治理,通过学生进行全球教育(SA)和多元文化体验中心(CME)的校园倡导。 Als教师帮助了我最大化我的学习。

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