Gracia Molina de Pick, an activist-scholar and feminista, was one of the founders and faculty member for the university's Third College (Thurgood Marshall College) as well as the first person to teach Chicano/a studies at UCSD. She has been a lifelong proponent of educational reform and has been a driving force in San Diego's educational system.
In 2008 her generous gift-the first endowed fund for our program-renewed commitment and continued support for the Chicano/a-Latino/a Arts & Humanities program minor.
To learn more about Gracia Molina de Pick and the endowed fund click here.
There is a new Raza Resource Centro. Stay tuned for updates on Director candidate campus visits. Located in the Student Services Center, 1st Floor.
Check out our community Welcome Week Events happening thorughout campus the week of September 23-27, 2013.
Want to Intern and Earn UCSD Units? CLAH has partnered with Academic Internship Program and the Cesar Chavez Service Clubs to provide a unique and enriching internship opportunity! For more details check out our flyer!