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Episode 34 – Student Voices aka Primary Sources

First Generation - One of Many 12/08/2021 654 1


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    Episode 34 – Student Voices aka Primary Sources
    First Generation - One of Many

Student Voices aka Primary Sources

First-generation students come to higher education from diverse backgrounds and have equally varied experiences once on a university campus. The project Student Voices, led by two Chico State librarians in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Northern Colorado, provides students an opportunity to tell their stories. In turn, faculty and students work together to archive meaningful histories and create primary sources for others to learn from. Take a listen and learn more about the project as well as a couple of Chico State librarians.

Our Guests

Stefani Baldivia

Stefani is an Archivist in the Special Collections and University Archives Department and a Lecturer Librarian, where she performs reference, instruction, and outreach activities. Stefani’s research interests include Latinx leadership in libraries, critical race theory approaches to archival work, teaching with primary sources, and diversifying collections through oral histories. She identifies as Chicana and Latinx, and as a first-generation scholar. Her undergraduate degree was awarded in 2010 from Humboldt State University in Native American Studies and she received her MLIS in 2016 from San Jose State University.

William Cuthbertson

William Cuthbertson is Instruction Coordinator and Undergraduate Engagement Librarian at California State University Chico, developing courses in undergraduate research skills for first-year and first-generation students. He is Meriam Library’s liaison to Undergraduate Education and to the Departments of Political Science & Criminal Justice, Sociology, Social Work, and Geography & Planning. William’s academic work focuses on increasing students’ investment in their academic success.

Resources & Recommendations:

Chico State Library Website 

Student Voices 

National Archives Website 

Supreme Court Oral Arguments 

Kurzweil 3000 – How to Access for Chico State Students 

Emergent Strategy – Book by Adrienne Maree Brown 

My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones 

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  1. zoritoler imol on 04/07/2022

    Can I just say what a relief to find someone who actually knows what theyre talking about on the internet. You definitely know how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people need to read this and understand this side of the story. I cant believe youre not more popular because you definitely have the gift.

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