Welcome to AAHHE! 

 

The American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) is an agent of change for improving education, thus enabling Hispanic students to fully participate in a diverse society. AAHHE works collaboratively with all sectors of education, business, industry, as well as community and professional organizations to enhance the educational aspirations and to meet the needs of a significantly increasing Hispanic population.


 

AAHHE Announces Appointment of 2021 Chair and Chair-elect, Eight new BOD Members and Sixteen New Standing Committee Members.

August  9, 2020
The American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) is beginning its seventeenth year as the premier national association representing Latinx faculty, administrators, and graduate students in higher education. AAHHE is proud to announce the appointments of:


 

AAHHE as signatory on Joint Statement on Legislative Efforts to Restrict Education about Racism and American History

June 22, 2021
AAHHE has joined with PEN America, the American Historical Association, the American Association of University Professors, Association of American Colleges and Universities, and more than 100 other associations to state our firm opposition to a spate of legislative proposals being introduced across the country that target academic lessons, presentations, and discussions of racism and related issues in American history in schools, colleges, and universities.

As the statement rightly points out, "Americans of all ages deserve nothing less than a free and open exchange about history and the forces that shape our world today, an exchange that should take place inside the classroom as well as in the public realm generally".

You can visit the PEN America or the American Historical Association to read the statement.


 

Introducing AAHHE Academic Research Briefs Professional Development Series 

There is great talent among AAHHE members and to showcase the depth and breadth of thought leadership, we begin the Academic Briefs Professional Development Series. We invite contributions of 500-750 words.  Please support our new efforts. If you are interested in your academic brief being showcased and for additional information, please contact, Dr. Lucia Gutiérrez, AAHHE Executive Director at [email protected].

Dr. Claudia Garcia-Louis is our inaugural author with her academic brief titled Hey Hispano: Forget the Celebration, Address Your Internal Prejudice.

Any view or opinions represented in the academic briefs showcased by AAHHE are personal and belong solely to the author and do not represent those of people, institutions or organizations that the author may or may not be associated with in any professional or personal capacity, unless explicitly stated.


  

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2020-2021 GRADUATE FELLOWS!  Click here 


 

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We thank you for your continued support!

 


 

AAHHE Statement on Violence Against Asian-Americans
The Anti-Asian Racism Must Stop
March 19, 2021

 

The murders of 6 women of Asian descent in Atlanta on March 16th and the deaths of 7 Asian elders resulting from racist violence in 2021 are distressing.  Since 2020, there have been more than 4,000 incidents of anti-Asian racism reported. Many of our colleagues, friends, students and families are being victimized and living in fear.  

 

AAHHE speaks out against these crimes of racism in our institutions, communities, and society at-large. Let us be informed and speak out to stop the anti-Asian racism. 

 

We must all become more informed and share facts. For more information on the documented hate crimes collected by Stop AAPI Hate, here is their most recent report, updated yesterday: https://secureservercdn.net/104.238.69.231/a1w.90d.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/210312-Stop-AAPI-Hate-National-Report-.pdf

 

2022 AAHHE National Conference | In-person & Livestreamed
 
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March 10 -11, 2022
Nevada State College
Henderson, NV


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The Value of Membership  

AAHHE is dedicated to developing and recognizing the new generation of Latinx faculty, senior-level administrators and graduate students, in higher education, through its signature programs and annual awards.


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