Your one-stop shop for navigating the 16th annual Cambio de Colores conference.
- Parking information
- Conference program
- Site visits (June 15)
- Conference abstracts
- Speaker biographies
- Plenary sessions
The 16th annual Cambio de Colores conference, as well as the Extended Education Track, will take place at the University of Missouri – St. Louis in the J.C. Penney Conference Center (see map here) on June 14, 15, and 16. The venue has free WiFi for participants. And has many floors – see the building map.
Participants are able to park for free at the MSC North Garage (Lot 54 on this map). You do not need a parking permit for this space. If you have accessibility needs, you can be issued a parking permit that allows for closer parking. Please contact email@example.com with this request.
Site Visits (June 15)
Attendees will have the opportunity to explore relevant places in St. Louis during the conference site visits, which take place from 10:45am–1:45pm during the second day of the conference.
- International Institute of St. Louis
- Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Kingdom House
- ESOL Bilingual Migrant Program of St. Louis Public Schools
- Casa de Salud
- St. Francis Community Services
The draft abstracts document is intended for the convenience and exclusive use of conference participants, and is not intended for citation. Abstracts will be published in the book of Proceedings. Abstracts are listed by the first author’s last name.
The biographical information about the conference presenters is available for the convenience and exclusive use of conference participants.
“For the Sake of All: Improving Health and Well-being in St. Louis Post-Ferguson”
June 14 at 2pm
Dr. Jason Purnell
“Facilitating Integration through Collaboration and Unity in St. Louis”
June 15 at 9:30am
Dr. F. Javier Orozco
“Strategies and Collaborations for Latino Empowerment: The Role of Community Colleges”
June 15 at 2:15pm
Dr. Karen Hunter Anderson
Dr. Anthony Cruz
“Explorando Juntos: Exploring the Organic Intellectualism of Immigrant Students and Communities”
June 16 at 9am
Dr. Mariana Pacheco