Qualitative Methods Course

Start: Monday, June 27, 2016 - 8:00 am

End: Friday, July 1, 2016 - 5:00 pm

This will be a condensed workshop intended to provide graduate students with exposure to a wide range of qualitative methods including approaches with hard to reach populations.

This non-credit course is open to any interested UNM Graduate Students but SPACE IS LIMITED. RSVP is REQUIRED. 

To register, please email: center@unm.edu


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The Economic Costs Associated With the Removal of Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants in New Mexico

Research Brief

The Economic Costs Associated With the Removal of Driver's Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants in New Mexico

By Joaquín Alfredo-Angel Rubalcaba and Melina Juárez

Center Alum Dr. Tennille Marley Appears on Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Dr. Tennille Marley, Center Alum and ASU Professor, made an appearance on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Trevor Noah to talk about protecting Oak Flat - the sacred Apache land in Arizona.  
Watch the full clip of Dr. Marley here: http://on.cc.com/1OqpOMs  (Air Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2016) 

Survey Finds Simple Steps to Improve ABQ Childcare

This study focused on early child care providers and early childhood educators in Southwest Albuquerque, in an effort to identify possible educational, professional, and entrepreneurial needs.

Horrible 8% ABQ voter turnout; suggestions for improvement

Free and fair elections are the keystone to a stable democracy, ensuring the will of the people is reflected in policy outcomes produced by elected officials. At a minimum, free and fair elections require that the electorate is able to safely exercise their constitutional right to participate in elections. Voter registration remains one of the biggest and most obvious barriers to political participation in the United States. While voter registration is automatic in most industrialized democracies, the United States requires individual citizens to take the initiative to register to vote.

Meeting the Public Policy Challenge of Diversity & Equity in Early Learning

This white paper was complied as a part of the Early Childhood Development & Health Symposium: The Intersections of Science, Policy, & Practice - April 2015
Authors: Shannon Sanchez-Youngman, Vickie D. Ybarra, with Shania Krawic
Meeting the Public Policy Challenge of Diversity & Equity in Early Learning: A White Paper

Gabriel Sanchez highlights Latino demographic growth

Gabriel Sanchez highlighted Latino demographic growth at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s annual policy conference.
Sanchez said he was thrilled to receive an invitation to speak from New Mexico Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, but admits he wasn’t aware of the magnitude of the platform until he arrived in D.C.

Gabe Sanchez and Post-doc Edward D. Vargas author language bias and healthcare article

Gabriel Sanchez, RWJF Executive Director and Post-doc Edward D. Vargas co-authored this article, Language bias and self-rated health status among the Latino population: evidence of the influence of translation in a wording experiment which was recently published in Springer.
This research uses a translation experiment to assess the Spanish translation of the “fair” response in the self-rated health measure among a representative study of the Latino population in the USA.