A note from your APSA Latino Caucus Officers:
We hope that you are all well during this pandemic and surviving the shifts and disruptions to daily life, both at home and work.
For many of us, the question of returning to campus life during the summer has already been decided. Whether working remotely will continue through the fall term, or whether in-person participation at APSA will happen, remains uncertain.
However, and in the meantime, we are working diligently (and remotely) on business related operations. We will be updating the membership with announcements very shortly regarding our usual service and scholarship awards.
Francisco, Marcela, Ivy, Jason, and Julia
Our 2019-2020 Officers
Now accepting nominations for the following Caucus Awards:
2018 Adaljiza Sosa-Riddell Mentoring Award Recipients
The Latino Caucus in Political Science, also known as El Sector Latino de Ciencia Politica, was established to both promote and protect the professional development and well-being of Latina/os in political science and those interested in the study of Latina/o Politics. Founded on September 4, 1998 at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), the Latino Caucus is an officially recognized Related Group of the APSA. The five elected officers are responsible for informing and involving the general membership regarding all matters related to the mission of the Caucus. To learn more about the Caucus, click here.
Congratulations to the 2019 Fund for Latino Scholarship Recipients!
APSA awarded the following individuals and institutions the 2019 Fund for Latino Scholarship award:
Thank you to the committee for your service