Arianna Vargas

Arianna Vargas

Arianna Vargas

Lecturer Faculty

EP 111D


Lecturer Faculty Biography

  • B.A. in Latina/o Studies - San Francisco State University
  • B.S. in Health Education - San Francisco State University
  • Minor in Education- San Francisco State University
  • M.A. in Ethnic Studies - San Francisco State University
  • Currently a Ph.D. Candidate at Arizona State University

Race, Class, Gender; Latinx and Black feminisms; Social Movements; Latinx sociology; Ethnic Studies; Culture; Health and Healing; Resiliency; police violence; Sociology of Knowledge; Third Spaces; Pop-up Spaces; Mercados; Latinx Spaces in the Bay Area. 

  • LTNS 276- Latina/o, U.S. Government, and Constitutional Ideals
  • ETHS 120-  Educational Justice, Health Equity, and Academic Success
  • LTNS 465- Mexican American and Chicana/x/o History
  • ETHS 221- Health and Social Justice - Burning Issues, Taking Action
  • ETHS 110- Critical Thinking
  • RRS 250- Race, Ethnicity and Power in America
  • 2018- Hood Recipient for the College of Ethnic Studies/ San Francisco State University
  • 2018- Undergraduate Commencement Speaker/ San Francisco State University
  • 2016- Leadership Institute/ Chicana Latina Foundation
  • 2017- Scholarship Award/ College of Health & Social Science
  • 2017- Engaging in Community Action Model/ Youth Leadership Institute
  • 2016- Scholarship Award/ Chicana Latina Foundation
  • 2016- Certificate of Honor/ City and County of San Francisco
  • 2015- Certificate of Honor/ City and County of San Francisco
  • 2015- Certificate of Recognition for Demonstrating Exceptional Support/ Communities in Harmony Advocating for Learning and Kids (CHALK)
  • 2014- UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health Award/ University of California San Francisco

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