SAIL Timeline of Activities

California State University, Stanislaus

FIPSE Proposal

Stanislaus Asociación de Investigación Latina (SAIL)



Timeline Activity Implementation Person Responsible
Jan Establish SAIL Identify students for possible membership. Every semester, invite six
Identification and recruitment of Hispanic and other underserved and underrepresented graduate students for participation as project scholars
Initiate PI
Feb Recruit mentors from the faculty and area school districts Contact area educators Faculty Mentors and PI
Create promotional materials for recruitment of SAIL scholars.Establish and disseminate criteria for selection of SAIL scholars    
Create website for SAIL scholars program.    
Identification and recruitment of Hispanic and other underserved and underrepresented graduate students for participation as project scholars. Contact current graduate students Faculty mentors and PI
Establish the graduate student led board of directors/leadership of SAIL Contact current graduate students PI
Establish calendar of activities of SAIL Work with graduate student led board PI
Organize leadership retreat for the student directors of the SAIL Work with CVDLC to jointly offer retreat Faculty Mentors and PI
Establish and oversee the umbrella of support to graduate students provided through SAIL Work with Graduate Office to coordinate student support Faculty Mentors and PI
Establish small learning communities of peers and successful educators committed to Hispanic education that will support them through their graduate education and beyond Work with faculty mentors to organize Faculty Mentors
Identify Hispanic leaders and role models in education and the community to participate in the small learning communities Communicate with service area k-12 educational leadership to request their involvement Faculty Mentors
Facilitate relationship and partnership with Central Valley Bilingual/Dual Language Consortium in our service area Request meeting of the Consortium Faculty Mentors and PI
Identify research fellowships and grants to support funding needs of our graduate students in the study of Hispanic education Perform online searches and contact various foundations Faculty Mentors and Community Mentors
March Create learning communities of faculty, educational leaders, and graduate students Contact members, call first meeting and arrange meeting schedule Faculty Mentors, Community Mentors, and PI
Training for Ethnotes    
Establish the Hispanic Education Research Symposium Contact potential presenters and create symposium schedule Faculty Mentors
Establish/identify graduate student research opportunities that are faculty driven, student centered, and institutionally supported Conduct needs assessment with Consortium schools Faculty Mentors and PI
Oversee culminating activities and scholarly gatherings Schedule culminating scholarly gathering and invite students and mentors Faculty Mentors and PI
Assist graduate students to prepare their presentations for local and national conferences Work with graduate students in refining their presentations and identify national conferences being held in California Faculty Mentors