Queer Ethnic Studies Initiative

SF State's College of Ethnic Studies has been on the vanguard of Queer Ethnic Studies over the past 20 years. It has aggressively incorporated curricula in sexuality studies, implemented new courses such as “AIDS and People of Color” and “Latino Sexualities” and hired scholars working at the intersection of race, gender and sexuality. Today, one in four of our tenured/tenure-track faculty have expertise in queer studies, and a third of our graduate students pursuing one of our two M.A. degrees (Asian American Studies and Ethnic Studies) are engaged in thesis projects on queer and/or trans people of color.

The Queer Ethnic Studies Initiative is part of the College’s strategic plan to mobilize faculty expertise, support graduate student scholarship, and investigate the creation of a major on queers of color.


Today, one in four of our tenured/tenure-track faculty have expertise in queer studies, and a third of our graduate students pursuing one of our two M.A. degrees (Asian American Studies and Ethnic Studies) are engaged in thesis projects on queer and/or trans people of color.

 

College of Ethnic Studies Funding Initiatives

Studens at Commencement

Scholarships

Scholarships provide much-needed support to students to defray the cost of attending the University.

SFSU Ethnic Studies building

National Institutes for the Advancement of Ethnic Studies & Social Justice

The Institutes will promote advancements in scholarship, creative works, pedagogy, curricula and academic activism that serve to advance justice for constituent communities.

SFSU Ethnic Studies building

Community University
Empowerment Fund (CUE)

CUE provides seed grants to innovative, socially engaged projects that improve conditions and the quality of life for communities of color.

For More Information, Contact

 

Alex Sanchez

Director of Development
College of Ethnic Studies
Email: alexsan@sfsu.edu
Phone: (415) 338-1032