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    • CHIPOTLE The Chicano, Hispano, Latino Program of the University Libraries of UNM
    • CHIPOTLE History of CHIPOTLE
      • Created in 2005 to serve the information, collections, and knowledge discovery needs of UNM programs, students, faculty, and the community-at-large
      • Committed to promoting library and research proficiencies required for successful academic pursuits and preparation for being well-informed citizens, leaders, and life-long learners
    • CHIPOTLE Purpose of CHIPOTLE
      • Increase the retention and graduation rates of Chicano, Hispano, and Latino students
      • Collaborate with the UNM faculty to create a helpful and supportive system within the library
      • Introduce students to successful Chicano, Hispano, and Latino scholars and leaders to engender a strong sense of personal and community identity.
    • CHIPOTLE Library Instruction
      • Workshops on using the library and its resources
      • Training student leaders to assist in teaching library skills
    • CHIPOTLE Programs and Speakers
      • Sponsor seminars with prominent Chicano, Hispano, Latino scholars
      • Host a speakers series with acclaimed guest lecturers
      • Support symposia in related disciplines
    • CHIPOTLE Critica Nueva
      • Established by Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya in 1997 to bring the foremost scholars in Chicana/Chicano Literary Criticism to the University of New Mexico
      • Acknowledges the work of these outstanding Professors in Chicana/Chicano Literary Criticism
    • CHIPOTLE Premio Aztlan Literary Award
      • National literary award, established to encourage and reward emerging Chicana and Chicano authors
      • Founded in 1993 by author, Rudolfo Anaya and his wife, Patricia, reestablished in their honor in 2004 by the University of New Mexico Libraries
      • The winner is awarded $1,000, and is invited to give a lecture at the University of New Mexico
    • CHIPOTLE Research Collections
      • Develop University Libraries collections in association with faculty in relevant studies
      • Sponsor a visiting researcher program
      • Conduct fundraising activities to support collections and research program
    • CHIPOTLE Inreach and Outreach
      • Promote activities for disciplines that draw high enrollments of Chicano, Hispano, and Latino students
      • Initiate similar CHIPOTLE programs in New Mexico high school libraries
      • Partner with urban and rural community librarians
      • Work with community groups to create internships and learning opportunities for UNM Chicano, Hispano, and Latino students
    • CHIPOTLE Remember!
      • Always feel free to ask questions, we know libraries can be complicated places
      • We’re here to help YOU!
    • CHIPOTLE Contact Us
      • Teresa Marquez, Curator
      • Room 215
      • Zimmerman Library
      • 505-277-0582
      • [email_address]
      • elibrary.unm.edu/chipotle/index.php
    • Presentation Created By: Megan Beard Music: Concepto Tambor Library Photos Provided By: Teresa Marquez Kathy McCully Slide Artwork: Contentment in the Desert (Jill Logan) Sugar Skull #1 (Ladislao Lorea) Huichol Yart Art Tile (artist unknown)