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Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship

Welcome--Bienvenidos!

The University of Denver Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship (DULCCES) was founded in 2005 by former provost and chancellor Robert Coombe.  DULCCES is as a consortium of interdisciplinary faculty dedicated to creating and advancing knowledge that gives voice to the history, politics, culture, and legacies of Latino communities. The faculty of DULCCES are dedicated to critical inquiry that incorporates the rich histories of the Latino community. As a community of scholars we value the connection between the mind and the heart of the community which is the foundation from which we have emerged as scholars. 

El Centro Latino para la Participación Comunitaria y la Beca de la Universidad de Denver (DULCCES) fue fundado en 2005 por el ex canciller Robert Coombe. DULCCES es como un consorcio de profesores interdisciplinarios dedicados a crear y avanzar el conocimiento que da voz a la historia, la política, la cultura y los legados de las comunidades latinas. La facultad de DULCCES está dedicada a la investigación crítica que incorpora las ricas historias de la comunidad latina. Como comunidad de eruditos valoramos la conexión entre la mente y el corazón de la comunidad, que es la base de la cual hemos emergido como eruditos.

Honoring a legacy of latino leadership   

 

                         invitation

Please join DULCCES for a retirement celebration in honor of Dr. Oscar Somoza and Dr. Miriam Bornstein Gómez. We will celebrate their individual and collective leadership throughout their tenure at DU as well as their many advancements for the Latino community. 


Please join DULCCES in commemorating their outstanding scholarship and their numerous contributions to the university. This event is open to all students, staff, faculty, and community members. Kindly RSVP here by Tuesday May 30, 2017 at 5 PM MST.