Hispanic Latin@ Faculty and Staff Association
The Hispanic Latin@ Faculty and Staff Association (HLFSA) advises the President and the University of Louisville community on the nature of issues and needs confronting the Hispanic/Latino Faculty, Staff, and Students in the University; provide assistance in evaluating University programs as they pertain to the Hispanic/Latin@ community; provide input to University and City of Louisville officials; and assist the Hispanic/Latino community to make the University system more accessible. It began operating in 2011.
Every Hispanic/Latin@ UofL Faculty or Staff belongs to the Association.
HLFSA meets every other month alternating locations between the Belknap Campus and the Heath Sciences Center
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Office of Globalization
Jefferson Country Public School
Americana World Community Center
La Casita Center
Eastern Area Community Ministries
Adelante Hispanic Achievers
Louisville Latino Educational Outreach Project
Melanin Monday (MM) Every Monday Cultural Center at 2 p.m. The main goal of the MM’s is to be a casual space where students, faculty and staff can meet and network, as well as rest and refresh during the mid-day. Please come if you can!
The 28th ‘Reel” Latin American FilmFestival
SEPTEMBER 22 to NOVEMBER 5
a hybrid affair under the general theme of “Bodies, Borders and Gender in Latin American Film” at the University of Louisville campus continues its mission of generating a conversation about issues in Latin America.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
LIVE SCREENINGS AT THE FLOYD THEATER AND THE SPEED CINEMA
Virtual screenings from the Pragda Spanish Film Club server.
For information, please contact Manuel Medina, firstname.lastname@example.org
October 8 @ 5:00 pm HSC Courtyard. Come and Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with us. we will have music, food, and Salsa dance class taught by Chelsey Owen
Felix Garza, Head - Public Access Services, Sr at Kornhauser Library, has been chosen as a University of Louisville COVID-19 Hero Award.
Luz Huntington Moskos, assistant professor
with the School of Nursing, is one of the ten
members accepted to the 2021 Cohort of
the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse
Leaders and Innovators