UCLA's Forgotten Forefather
Reginaldo Francisco del Valle, UCLA’s Forgotten Forefather. The Southern California Quarterly, HSSC, 2006. Hayes-Bautista, David E.; Firebaugh, Hon. Marco Antonio; Chamberlin, Cynthia L.;Gamboa, Cristina.
Since 1992, CESLAC has provided cutting-edge research, education and public information about Latinos, their health, and their role in California. Under the leadership of Professor David E. Hayes-Bautista, the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture at UCLA has been the lead institution in:
With support from generous sponsors, CESLAC has provided:
CESLAC is also a pioneer in medical education:
CESLAC has been a resource for community members, business leaders, and policy makers who want to gain insightful research and information about Latinos, their health and culture, and their impact on California's economy and society. CESLAC offers unparalleled insight into Latino issues through an approach that combines cultural research, demographic trends, and historical perspective.
CESLAC's research-based approach has provided important services to the business community and policymakers. CESLAC has helped the University of California meet its public service goal by increasing the effectiveness of their outreach to the Latino community. CESLAC has also provided technical assistance to many non-profit and for-profit organizations.
CESLAC conducts many surveys, focus groups, and individual interviews annually to keep abreast of trends in Latino target groups. Additionally, our computers are home to hundreds of data sets. Analysis of this data is the basis of CESLAC's ability to provide interested Californians with topical and relevant information on a dynamic and constantly developing community.
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