UndocuAlly Program for Educators
The AB540 and Undocumented Center at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) is thrilled to host the UndocuAlly Program for Educators (UPE), open to UC Davis faculty, staff, and graduate/professional students. UndocuAlly is a term used to identify campus allies for undocumented students.
UPE is a professional learning opportunity for educators to develop and enhance their working knowledge regarding servicing undocumented student populations at UC Davis.
We invite you to join us in connecting with fellow colleagues and exploring ideas and services that support undocumented students at UC Davis. We look forward to connecting with you at one of our upcoming UPE sessions!
Please view our Dates and Registration page for the next upcoming program!
During fall 2014 quarter, the AB540 and Undocumented Student Center provided an open invitation to faculty, staff, and graduate student researchers, and instructional assistants at the University of California, Davis to participate in focus groups regarding the UndocuAlly Program for Educators (UPE). Focus groups were held on the following days:
First focus group session: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 (10am-11am)
Second focus group session: Monday, November 24, 2015 (12pm-1pm)
*A total of 37 faculty, staff, and graduate student researchers, and instructional assistants from varying departments participated in the focus groups.
Feedback collected has been used to guide the development of UPE. Here is a copy of the final report.
Our sincerest gratitude is extended to our focus group participants who willingly shared their perspectives, insight, and experience with working with undocumented students on campus.