CELASA — Chican@ Latin@ Studies — Leadership Studies — Organization and Leadership — Higher Education and Student Affairs
Genevieve  Negrón-Gonzales

Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Leadership Studies


Ph.D., Social and Cultural Studies in Education, University of California, Berkeley

Research Areas

Political activism among undocumented migrant students; immigrant students and higher education; California racial politics and Latino immigrant communities.

Courses Offered
  • O&L 626: Social and Cultural Theoretical Foundations of Education
  • O&L 645, 646, and 647: Practicum in Higher Educaiton and Student Affairs
  • O&L 667: Capstone Seminar in Higher Education and Student Affairs

Negrón-Gonzales, G. (2014.) “Undocumented, Unafraid & Unapologetic: Re-articulatory Practices & Migrant Youth ‘Illegality’”. Latino Studies Volume XII.2 (July 2014)

Negrón-Gonzales, G. (2014) “The Power of the Pen: Writing Mentorship and Chicana/o M.A. Students”, Journal of Latinos and Education, 13:1, 62-70.

Negrón-Gonzales, G. (2013). “Navigating “Illegality’: Undocumented Youth & Oppositional Consciousness.” Children and Youth Services Review. Special Issue: “Place, Power and Possibility: Remaking Social Work with Children and Youth”. Volume 35, Issue 8, August 2013, Pages 1284–1290

Gonzales, R. & Heredia, L. & Negron-Gonzales, G. (2013). “Challenging the Transition to New "Illegalities": Undocumented Young Adults and the Shifting Boundaries of Inclusion” in Constructing “Illegality”: Immigrant Experiences, Critiques, and Resistance edited by Cecilia Menjivar and Daniel Kanstroom.

Public Scholarship