November 15, 2019
Chris de Hoyos
HACU and HETS release special edition of online journal focused on Hispanic-Serving Institutions
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities and Hispanic Educational Technology Services have released their collaboration on a special edition of an online journal focused on Hispanic-Serving Institutions. The fall 2019 issue is a special collaborative effort between HETS and HACU and highlights the organizations’ shared mission: to facilitate the success of Hispanic students in higher education.
“This special edition highlights important research and best practices at Hispanic-Serving Institutions,” said HACU President and CEO Antonio R. Flores. “Furthermore, by publishing articles that are multi-disciplinary, the journal creates a holistic approach to serving Hispanic students in education and underscores the need for collaboration across university departments and academic programs.”
Luis Cifuentes, Ph.D., vice president of research and dean of the graduate school at New Mexico State University, represented HACU as invited editor in the special edition. The HETS journal traditionally addresses relevant topics impacting technology and Hispanic students and maintains an important role in the world of academic publishing in higher education. The journal ensures that other students, scholars, policymakers and practitioners can find cutting edge research and high impact studies to guide their work.
To read the fall 2019 issue of the HETS Journal click here.Related: HACU and HETS to partner on special edition online journal focused on Hispanic-Serving Institutions