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Roberto A. Ibarra
Office: SSCI 1055
Race & Ethnicity; Sociology of Education, Diversity in Higher Education, Latina/o societies & cultures.
Roberto Ibarra is PI on a new project (funded by LAII) that involves cataloging and annotating over 1,000 documents, photographs and letters from the family of General Diego Ybarra of Venezuela. He is also a participant in an NSF-funded project (UNM ADVANCE) aimed at helping UNM recruit more women into leadership positions, especially in STEM fields.
2005 A Place to Belong: The Library as Prototype for Context Diversity. In H. Thompson (Ed.), Currents and Convergence: Navigating the Rivers of Change (pp. 1-18). Proceedings of the 12th Annual National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries. Chicago: American Association of Libraries.
2005 – Examining Gender-Related Differential Item Functioning using Insights from Psychometric and Multicontext Theory. With Allan S. Cohen. In Ann M. Gallagher and James C. Kaufman, Eds. Mind the Gap: Gender Differences in Mathematics. Chapter 7, Section 3: pp. 353-420, Cognitive Psychology. Cambridge University Press.
2004 – Academic Success and the Latino Family. In Raul Ybarra and Nancy Lopez eds. Creating Alternative Discourses in the Education of Latinos and Latinas, New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing. pp. 113-132.
2003 – The Latina/o Faculty and the Tenure Process in Cultural Context. In Jeanett Castellanos and Lee Jones, Eds. Majority in the Minority: Expanding the Representation of Latina/o Faculty, Administrators, and Students in Higher Education, pp. 207-219, Stylus, Alexandria, VA.
2001 – Beyond Affirmative Action: Reframing the Context of Higher Education. The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI.