Hola and Welcome!
The Hispanic Faculty/Staff Association (HFSA) is a campus-wide organization that provides opportunities for social and cultural interaction among Hispanic/Latino as well as other interested professionals at The University of Texas at Austin. We encourage communication, support networking, serve as a voice for cultural and educational issues, and promote employment and career opportunities.
Fall 2023 Meetings
General HFSA Body Meetings will be held the 2nd Thursdays of the month.
We will have at least one in-person meeting each semester. The rest will be virtual with the hope that members will attend HFSA events like Longhorn FIESTA and the John Trevino Holiday Assistant Program in the fall and our Cesar Chavez and Scholarship Fundraising event in the spring.
- Wednesday, Sept. 20th from 12-1:30pm (Hybrid) – WCP, Legislative Assembly Room & Zoom) Zoom link – https://utexas.zoom.us/j/91539329491
- Thursday, Oct 12th from 12-1:00pm (Virtual) – https://utexas.zoom.us/j/99818087088
- Thursday, Nov 9th from 12-1:00pm (Virtual) – https://utexas.zoom.us/j/99907982714
The National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies (NAHLS) has been working diligently in preparation of the February 15-17, 2024 Conference, which will be held at the Thompson Conference Center of the University of Texas. NAHLS would like to call upon the Hispanic Faculty and Staff community to submit an abstract for a paper and/or poster presentation and/or attend the conference. More information can be found on their website – https://www.naaas.org/
October 2022 – Cynthia Sanchez, Administrative Program Coordinator & Executive Associate, Office of the President
November 2022 – Javier Garcia, Director of Admissions Welcome Center
February 2023 – Milagros “Milly” Lopez, Director of DEI for Graduate Programs, Texas McCombs
March 2023 – Caroline Enriquez, Assistant Director for Holistic Review, Office of Admissions
May 2023 – Vanessa Garcia, Assistant Director of Vick Advising Excellence Center & Dr. Trinidad San Miguel, Assistant Professor of Practice, Educational Leadership and Policy
Search HFSA on development website to donate. Your gift will help support HFSA’s mission to promote understanding and respect of the Hispanic cultures through advocacy, education, and service.