Team Fundraising Page of Stephen Santa-Ramirez
Dr. Stephen Santa-Ramirez’s (he/him) experiences in U.S. higher education and student affairs include work in Multicultural and LGBT+ Affairs, Residential Life, Housing, and Migrant Student Services. As Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the University at Buffalo, Santa-Ramirez’s scholarship investigates campus racial climate, first-generation students’ sense of belonging, college student activism and resistance, and how race, ethnicity, and immigration inform the educational experiences of collegians who are undocu/DACAmented. His publications span the Journal of First-generation Student Success, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, and ACPA Developments. In the last decade, Santa-Ramirez has served in various roles within ACPA, including Faculty Liaison, Advocacy, and Mentoring Co-Chair for the Latinx Network (LN), Public Relations Coordinator for the Coalition for Multicultural Affairs (CMA), and CultureFest Co-Chair. Further, he has been recognized nationally for his work, including the Legacy of Leadership honor from West Chester University (WCU), the Division of Student Affairs Outstanding Employee Award from UT Arlington, and the ACPA LN Community Advancement & Service Award. Santa-Ramirez obtained his B.A. in Communication Studies from WCU, M.A. in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University, and Ph.D. in Educational Policy and Evaluation from Arizona State University.
About This Campaign
The Diamond Honoree Program, established by the Foundation in 1999 is both a recognition program and a fund raising activity. Those nominated for consideration are recognized for their outstanding and sustained contributions to higher education and to student affairs.
The funds raised on behalf of the Honorees are used for ACPA and Foundation activities in keeping with the Association’s purposes and strategic goals. Since its inception in 1999 the program has generated over $100,000.
If you wish to make contributions via check, please mail the ACPA Foundation one check with the total amount, indicating to whom the amount should be distributed and in what portions.
c/o PNC Bank
P.O. Box 645851
Pittsburgh, PA 15264-5256