Working Together to Improve Campus Climate for Undocumented AB540 Students at UC Berkeley
PART A: SCOPE, INCEPTION AND TIMELINE OF THE INNOVATION GRANT PROJECT
A Research Report by UC Berkeley Center for Race Gender and the Center for Latino Policy Research
This research report explores the campus climate for undocumented immigrant students at Cal. The report is part of the CRG Undocumented Students Research & Arts Initiative focusing on undocumented students at UC Berkeley and beyond.
This research report highlights the inception, scope, and goals of the research project, “Working Together to Improve Campus Climate for Undocumented AB540 Students at UC Berkeley.” Funded by the Haas Foundation through the UC Berkeley Division of Equity Inclusion, the project had three goals: 1) to initiate intentional community-building efforts among undocumented students across the lines of race, ethnicity and national origin 2) to launch an investigative research project that collects critical data about the experiences and insights of undocumented students at UC Berkeley and 3) to facilitate the distribution of findings from our community building and research projects.
Campus and Community Partners:
Alisa Bierria (Associate Director, Center for Race Gender)
Elisa Diana Huerta (Director, Multicultural Community Center)
Lupe Gallegos-Díaz (Director, Chicano/Latino Student Development)
Jere Takahashi (Director, Asian Pacific American Student Development)
Rising Immigrant Scholars through Education (R.I.S.E.)