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Aris is a scholar of raciolinguistics, a branch of sociolinguistics that examines how language practices contribute to the making of ethno-racial identity. Her dissertation critically analyzes the ways in which racial and linguistic profiling affect Dominican-born and Dominican-origin pupils in classroom spaces.
The HI Performance Research Workshop is honored to organize this Humanities to the Rescue symposium in tandem with the visit of Nick Cave (2019-20 Eileen Silvers Visiting Professor in the Arts and Humanities). 
Rebecca Comay, Professor of Comparative Literature and Philosophy at the University of Toronto, will give two presentations for UB's Center of Psychoanalysis and Culture:
The UB Teach program is a collaboration between the College of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School of Education offering students the opportunity to earn their bachelor’s and master’s degree in just five years. Upon completion of this combined degree five year program, students will be eligible for New York State professional teaching certification in grades 5–12. The program has recently been expanded to include French and Spanish.
On December 6, 2019, the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures honored Jorge Guitart with a celebration of his long and distinguished service to students of Spanish language and linguistics at the University at Buffalo.   
Associate Professor of Spanish and Catalan Studies Colleeen Culleton was honored with the UB President Emeritus and Mrs Meyerson Award for Distinguished  Undergraduate Teaching and Mentoring at the Sixteenth Annual Celebration of Faculty and Staff Academic Excellence held on October 31, 2019.