Union Universitaria Latinoamericana (UUL)
Union Universitaria Latinoamericana (UUL) was developed to promote Latino Culture within Stony Brook and to also advocate for the Latino employees within the Stony Brook setting. With our effects we have established the Latin American Caribbean Center (LACC) and also spearheaded Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) within Stony Brook.
- To assist the SUNYSB President and the EEO/AA Offices in addressing special concerns of Latinoamericanos or Latinos on campus with particular emphasis on promoting their full and equitable participation in all aspects of the University. To foster professional development and create career opportunities for Latinoamericanos or Latinos. This will be achieved by creating strategies directed at strengthening the recruitment, retention, promotion and tenure of Latinoamericanos or Latinos. Furthermore, to identify and develop strategies to reduce or eliminate barriers affecting the recruitment and retention of Latinoamericanos or Latinos.
- Direct Involvement in Human Resources and EEO/AA issues
- Develop strategies and resources to publicize job opportunities
- Assemble a resource guide for Latinoamericanos or Latinos on campus
- Information exchanges about community/campus activities
- Open events to community
- Co-sponsorship of events
- Enhance publicity of Latinoamericanos or Latinos campus events
- Provide information to Latinoamericanos or Latinos of opportunities for involvement (e.g., organizations, committees, courses, workshops, and support groups)
- Involvement with admissions, EEO, undergraduate studies (e.g., participate in undergraduate/graduate admission fairs where there is a heavy concentration of Latinos
- Participate in mentor program for Latinoamericanos or Latinos
- Serve as resource for Latinoamericanos or Latino student organizations and clubs.
- Study group or Task force
- Information exchange about community/campus activities
- Open events to communities
- Circulation of newsletter
- Survey of needs
If you are interested in what our organization can offer you please feel free to contact the chair Lynda Perdomo-Ayala