PROMOTION REPORT - INDIVIDUAL

(June 1, 2007 - December 31, 2012)

 

 

Candidate for promotion to: Associate Professor

 

 

I.   GENERAL INFORMATION

 

 

Faculty Name:

Christine Hippert

 

Department:

Sociology & Archaeology

 

 

Education

 

Ph D, University of Pittsburgh, Anthropology. (2007).

 

MPH, University of Pittsburgh, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences. (2007).

 

MA, University of Wyoming, Cultural Anthropology. (2000).

 

BA, Clark University, Psychology major, Education and Spanish concentrations. (1994).

 

II.  NARRATIVES

 

A.  Combined Teaching, Scholarship, and Service Narrative

 

Download File (chippert/promotion/Hippert promotion narrative final-2.pdf)

 

III.  TEACHING

 

A.  Teaching Schedule

 

Fall 2012

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-02

Contemporary Global Issues

No

No

70

3

Classroom

Download File (chippert/schteach/final 202 syllabus Fall 2012-1.pdf)

ANT 266-01

Anthropology of Food

No

No

30

3

Classroom

Download File (chippert/schteach/Ant 266 Fall 2012 syllabus-1.pdf)

ANT/SOC 354-01

Peoples/Cultures Latin America

No

No

29

3

Classroom

Download File (chippert/schteach/syllabus LA 2012-1.pdf)

 

Summer 1 2012

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT 266-411

Anthropology of Food

Yes

Yes

29

3

On-Line

Download File (chippert/schteach/final 2012 online syllabus final Jen Kristin 10-1.pdf)

 

 

Spring 2012

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-01

Contem Global Issu

No

No

70

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 307-1

International Development and Culture Change

No

No

29

3

Classroom

Download File (chippert/schteach/307 syllabus 2012-1.doc)

ANT 399-001/

INS 360 International Service Learning

Alternative Spring Break Trip to the Dominican Republic: Social, Cultural, Environmental, Economic Impacts of Development in Hispaniola

Yes

Yes

10

1

Field Experience

Download File (chippert/schteach/syllabus (1)-1.docx)

ANT 409-01

Readings and Research in Anthropology

Yes

No

1

1

Independent Study

ANT 409-02

Read & Research

Yes

No

1

3

Independent Study

ANT 454-1

Historical and Theoretical Approaches in Anthropology

No

No

23

3

Classroom

Download File (chippert/schteach/454 syllabus Spring 2012-1.doc)

 

Fall 2011

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

Contemporary Global Issues

No

No

70

3

Classroom

ANT 266-1

Anthropology of Food

No

No

30

3

Classroom

ANT 370-1

Medical Anthropology

No

No

31

3

Classroom

Download File (chippert/schteach/Medical Anthropology 2011-1.doc)

ANT 409-001

Readings and Research in Anthropology

Yes

No

1

1

Independent Study

 

Spring 2011

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT 290-1

Andean Anthropology

No

Yes

20

3

Classroom

Download File (hippert.chri/schteach/290 syllabus Spring 2011 revised-1.doc)

ANT 454-1

Hist & Theoretical Appro Anth

Yes

Yes

25

3

Classroom

SOC 450-3

Soc Internship

Yes

No

1

3

Field Experience

 

J-Term 2011

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT 409-1

Read & Research

Yes

No

1

3

On-Line

 

Fall 2010

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-3

Contem Global Issu

No

No

70

3

Classroom

ANT 266-1

Anthropology of Food

No

No

30

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 307-1

Intl Develop & Culture Change

No

No

24

3

Classroom

ANT 409-001

Readings and Research in Anthropology

Yes

No

1

1

Applied Lesson

 

Spring 2010

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

Contem Global Issu

No

No

75

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 354-1

Peoples/Cultures Latin America

No

No

20

3

Classroom

ANT 370-1

Medical Anthropology

No

No

31

3

Classroom

 

Fall 2009

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

Contem Global Issu

No

No

64

3

Classroom

ANT 266-1

Anthropology of Food

No

No

23

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 307-1

International Development and Culture Change

Yes

No

31

3

Classroom

 

Summer 2009

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT 409-101

Read & Research

Yes

 

1

1

 

ANT 409-662

Read & Research

Yes

Yes

2

6

Field Experience

Download File (chippert/schteach/Syllbus 2009 Field School-1.doc)

 

Spring 2009

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

CONTEM GLOBAL ISSU

No

Yes

107

3

Classroom

ANT 399-2

ANDEAN ANTHRO

Yes

No

22

2

Classroom

ANT 409-2

READ & RESEARCH

Yes

No

10

1

Classroom

 

 

Fall 2008

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

CONTEM GLOBAL ISSU

No

No

100

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC354-1

PEOP CULT LATIN AM

No

No

20

3

Classroom

ANT 399-2

ANTHROPLGY OF FOOD

Yes

No

35

3

Classroom

ANT 409-1

READ & RESEARCH

Yes

No

1

3

Independent Study

ANT 479-1

ARC/ANT LAB ASSIST

Yes

No

1

1

Independent Study

 

Spring 2008

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL ISSUES

Yes

Yes

73

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 202-2

CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL ISSUES

Yes

Yes

39

3

Classroom

ANT 399-1

ANTHROPOLOGICAL FORUM

Yes

Yes

36

3

Classroom

 

Fall 2007

Course & Section

Title

New Course Prep.

New Format for Existing Course

Enrollment

Number of Credit Hours

Delivery Mode

ANT/SOC 202-1

CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL ISSUES

Yes

Yes

73

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 202-2

CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL ISSUES

Yes

Yes

47

3

Classroom

ANT/SOC 354-1

PEOPLES AND CULTURES OF LATIN AMERICA

Yes

Yes

15

3

Classroom

INS 495-1

DIRECTED READINGS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

No

 

1

3

 

Download File (hippert.chri/schteach/Hollie Nyseth-1.pdf)

 

Grants

 

Hippert, C., UW-L Grant, "Online Education Course Grant", Funded, $3,000.00. (sub: March 20, 2012, start: April 18, 2012, end: July 30, 2012).

Download File (chippert/congrant_teaching/Hippert_ANT266_Sp12-1.pdf)

 

Hippert, C., UW-L International Development Grant, "The Social, Cultural, and Environmental Impacts of Development in Hispaniola: Preliminary Planning for a New UW-L Study Abroad Tour", Funded, $2,575.00. (sub: February 1, 2011, start: April 11, 2011, end: June 30, 2012).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_teaching/Revised IDF Feb 2011 DR-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C. (Supporting), Delgado, E. A. (Supporting), Bakken, N. (Supporting), Vogt, K. A. (Supporting), Miller, C. D. (Supporting), Brennan, M. (Supporting), Gongaware, T. B. (Supporting), College Grant, "CLS Technology Grant", Funded, $5,516.00. (sub: January 12, 2012).

Download File (chippert/congrant_teaching/Ipad Technology Grant-FINAL 1-9-12-1.docx)

 

Miller, C. D. (Supporting), Hippert, C. (Principal), College Grant, "Development Grant to Write A Grant Proposal to the USDA", Funded, $3,000.00. (sub: February 2011, start: March 2011, end: June 2011).

 

B.  Additional Teaching Evidence

 

  1. Direct measure of student learning: Reaction Essays

Download File (chippert/promotion/direct evidence of learning Reaction Essays final-1.pdf)

 

  1. Examples of student assignments from four courses: ANT 370 Medical Anthropology, ANT 454 Historical and Theoretical Approaches in Anthropology, ANT 290 Andean Anthropology, and ANT/SOC 307 International Development and Culture Change

Download File (chippert/promotion/examples of course assignments final-1.pdf)

 

  1. Classroom observation letters: ANT/SOC 354 by Kim Vogt, ANT 370 by Susannah Lloyd, ANT 266 by Tim McAndrews, ANT/SOC 202 by Al Gedicks, and ANT/SOC 202 by Enilda Delgado

Download File (chippert/promotion/classroom observation letters 2007-2010-1.pdf)

 

  1. Student research presentation (Christine Hippert, supervisor): Angela Rooker

(presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, UWL/Viterbo Latin American Studies conference, and UWL Research and Creativity Day)

Download File (chippert/promotion/Rooker final The Effect of Migrant Experiences in the United-2-1.pptx)

 

  1. Student International Studies Minor capstone research report (Christine Hippert, supervisor): Rachel Lee

Download File (chippert/promotion/Lee INS capstone NeedsCapacityAssess-1 (1)-1.doc)

 

  1. Student research poster (Christine Hippert, supervisor): Alyssa Buchman (presented at NCUR 2010)

Download File (chippert/promotion/edited Buchman poster-1-1.pptx)

 

  1. Student Honor's Research Project (Christine Hippert, supervisor): Melissa Sands

Download File (chippert/promotion/Sands practitioner guide-1-1.doc)

 

  1. Student Letters of Support: Gina Larsen, Lauren Easton, and Kyra Kaercher

Download File (chippert/promotion/student letters of support Hippert-1.pdf)

 

  1. Dr. Carol Miller's analysis of Hippert's SEI qualitative comments for courses taught in spring 2012.

Download File (chippert/promotion/Miller Review of SEI Comments-1.docx)

 

  1. Evaluation from CATL of online summer course ANT 266 Anthropology of Food

Download File (chippert/promotion/Online Course Review (Christine Hippert ANT 266 Delivery)-1.pdf)

 

 

IV. SCHOLARSHIP

 

A.  Intellectual Contributions

 

Published and Accepted

 

1.   Journal Articles, Academic Journals

 

Hippert, C. Building Social Capital in a Transnational Arena: Constructing Global and Local Development Identities in the Pirwa. To appear in Bolivian Research Review.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Workload

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Blind-Reviewed

Not Known%

Hippert, Christine

 

International

Download File (chippert/intellcont/Bolivian Research Review Hippert-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C. (2011). Women's Spaces, Gender Mainstreaming, and Development Priorities: Popular Participation as a Gendered Process in Rural Bolivia. Women's Studies International Forum, 34, 498-508.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Workload

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Blind-Reviewed

35%

Hippert, Christine

 

International

Download File (chippert/intellcont/sdarticle-1.pdf)

 

Hippert, C. (2011). The Politics and Practices of Constructing Development Identities in Rural Bolivia. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 16(1), 90-113.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Workload

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Blind-Reviewed

30%

Hippert, Christine

 

International

Download File (hippert.chri/intellcont/hippert JLACA article-1.pdf)

 

 

2.   Encyclopedia Entries

 

Hippert, C. In Brennan, M. (Ed.), Day of the Dead in A-Z of Death and Dying: Social, Cultural and Medical Aspects.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Workload

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Editorial Board

%

Hippert, Christine

 

International

Download File (chippert/intellcont/Day of the Dead article without photos for digimeasures-1.docx)

 

Hippert, C. (2008). In Stearns, P. (Ed.), Nongovernmental Organizations: Latin America in Encyclopedia of the Modern World. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Workload

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Peer-reviewed

Not Known%

Hippert, Christine-100%

 

International

Download File (hippert.chri/intellcont/Encyclopedia of the Modern World-1.doc)

 

 

Works in Progress

 

1.   Journal Articles, Academic Journals

 

Hippert, C. From Local Fields to School Lunch Lines: Multiple Stakeholders' Perspectives in a Farm 2 School Program. Practicing Anthropology. With E. Bremer, A. Rooker, M. Running, H. Tanberg, and R. Van Driessche.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Blind-Reviewed

%

Hippert, Christine

International

 

 

Hippert, C. Practices of Citizenship, Popular Participations, and the Political Economy of Identities in Multicultural Bolivia. Political and Legal Anthropology Review.

Type of Review

Acceptance Rate

Author Ordering

Audience of Circulation

Blind-Reviewed

15%

Hippert, Christine

International

Download File (hippert.chri/intellcont/POLAR 2011-1.doc)

 

Other Scholarly Activities

 

1.   Papers presented at academic conferences

 

Hippert, C., 111th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA, "From Local Fields to School Lunch Lines: Evaluating the Benefits and Limitations of a Farm 2 School Project", http://www.aaanet.org/meetings/, Paper. (Date Presented: November 17, 2012, Date Accepted: July 17, 2012, Date Submitted: February 20, 2012).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

International

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Accepted

No

 

Hippert, C., Van Driessche, R. (Co-Presenter), Lee, R. (Co-Presenter), Presentation of Evaluation Findings, La Crosse County Public Health Department/Farm 2 School Program, UWL, "Farm 2 School Evaluation: Perspectives from Farmers and Food Service Personnel in La Crosse County Schools", Paper. (Date Presented: June 6, 2012, Date Submitted: April 2012).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

Local

Oral Presentation

No

No

Invited

No

Download File (chippert/present/Farm 2 School Evaluation presentation final-1.pptx)

 

Hippert, C., The Old and the New: Change and Continuity in Latin America, North Central Council of Latin Americanists, UW-Milwaukee, "Negotiating Development, Negotiating the Self: Constructing Local and Global Identities in the Pirwa", http://www4.uwm.edu/clacs/nccla/conference11/pdf/program_nccla2011.pdf, Paper. (Date Presented: September 30, 2011, Date Accepted: August 2011, Date Submitted: July 2011).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

Regional

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Accepted

No

Download File (chippert/present/NCCLA 2011-1.pptx)

 

Hippert, C., Second Annual La Crosse Area Latina(o) Collaborative Workshop on Teaching, Research, and Service, UWL/Viterbo, UWL, "Testimonio and (Ethnographic) Fiction: Using Critical Pedagogy in an Anthropology Class to Examine Representations of Andean Lives", Abstract. (Date Presented: April 2, 2011, Date Accepted: March 2011, Date Submitted: March 2011).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

Regional

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Accepted

No

Download File (hippert.chri/present/LALAC 2011 Testimonio and (Ethnographic) Fiction-1.pptx)

 

Hippert, C., Faculty Research Day, UW-L, "Bolivian Popular Participation and State Priorities: "Fitting in the With Winners"", http://www.uwlax.edu/grants/pages/FReD%20Brochure%202011.pdf, Paper. (Date Presented: January 21, 2011, Date Accepted: November 2010, Date Submitted: November 2010).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

Local

Oral Presentation

No

No

Accepted

 

Download File (chippert/present/Fac Research Day presentation 2011-1.pptx)

 

 

Hippert, C., 109th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA, "Inclusion, Exclusion, and Bolivian Popular Participation: The Circulation of State Development Priorities in Rural Bolivia", http://www.aaanet.org/meetings, Paper. (Date Presented: November 19, 2010, Date Accepted: August 2010, Date Submitted: March 1, 2010).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

International

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Invited

No

Download File (hippert.chri/present/AAA 2010 abstract-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C., Latin American Modernities: A Collaborative Workshop on Research, Service, and Teaching, Viterbo University and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, "Participation and Governmentality: The Cultural Construction of Development in Rural Bolivia", http://https://www.viterbo.edu/workshop/, Paper. (Date Presented: April 24, 2010, Date Accepted: March 2010, Date Submitted: January 18, 2010).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

National

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Accepted

No

Download File (hippert.chri/present/Presentation Lat Am Mod 2010-1.ppt)

 

Hippert, C. (Presenter & Author), 107th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA, "Gender Mainstreaming and Development Priorities: Popular Participation as Gendered Work in Rural Bolivia", http://aaanet.org/mtgs, Paper. (Date Presented: November 22, 2008, Date Accepted: August 2008, Date Submitted: April 1, 2008).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

International

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Accepted

No

Download File (hippert.chri/present/abstract AAA 2008-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C., Lecture Series, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, UW-L, "Gender Mainstreaming and Development Priorities: Popular Participation as Gendered Work in Rural Bolivia", http://www.uwlax.edu/wgss/calendarfall08.htm. (Date Presented: November 13, 2008).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

Local

Oral Presentation

 

 

Invited

 

Download File (hippert.chri/present/Women Gender and Sexuality Studies Presentation-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C. (Author Only), 106th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., "Difference, Inequality, and Development: The Politics and Practices of Participation in Latin America and the Caribbean", http://www.aaanet.org, Abstract. (Date Presented: November 29, 2007).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

International

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Invited

No

Download File (hippert.chri/present/session abstract-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C. (Presenter & Author), 106th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., "The Politics and Practices of Development Targeting in Rural Bolivia", http://www.aaanet.org, Paper. (Date Presented: November 29, 2007).

Meeting Type

Scope

Format of Presentation

Published in Proceedings?

Refereed Proceedings?

Invited or Accepted

Published Elsewhere?

 

International

Oral Presentation

Yes

Yes

Invited

No

Download File (hippert.chri/present/Hippert AAA 2007 paper-1.doc)

 

 

 

2.   Editorial and Review Activities

 

"Resource Rebellion: A Theory of Subsistence Resources and Social Protest", American Journal of Sociology, Invited Manuscript Reviewer, National, Appointed, 1 item edited/reviewed, Academic. (December 2, 2010 - January 6, 2011).

reviewed manuscript about the Water War in Cochabamba, Bolivia

 

National Science Foundation, Grant Proposal Reviewer, External, approximately 10 hours spent for the year, 1 item reviewed, appointed, (March 2011 - April 2011).

I was invited to review a proposal for the National Science Foundation in March, 2011.  The proposed research is to take place in Bolivia where I conduct my own fieldwork, and its topic focuses on community perceptions and experiences with sustainability and development.

 

"The Essence of Anthropology, 2nd Edition", Cengage Publishers, Invited Manuscript Reviewer, International, Appointed, 1 item edited/reviewed, Academic. (June 15, 2010 - June 27, 2010).

I reviewed the 2nd edition of the textbook by Haviland et al., 2007/2010, The Essence of Anthropology.

 

"Strategic Frame Construction Among the Unemployed: A Case Study", Sociological Imagination, Ad Hoc Reviewer, Papers, State, Appointed, 1 item edited/reviewed, Academic. (February 4, 2010 - April 4, 2010).

I served as a reviewer for a peer review process for this article for Sociological Imagination.

 

 

3.   Research Currently in Progress

 

Hippert, Christine, "Evaluating the Farm 2 School Project in the La Crosse School District", On-Going, Scholarly. (October 2011).

 

Hippert, Christine, Miller, Carol D, "Hunger and Nutrition in La Crosse", On-Going, Scholarly. (July 2010).

 

Hippert, Christine, "Identidad y Desarrollo en Bolivia Rural (Identity and Development in Rural Bolivia)", PLURAL (Cochabamba, Bolivia), Planning, Scholarly.

 

Hippert, Christine, "Development Identities: Negotiating Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in Rural Bolivian Development", On-Going, Scholarly.

 

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

 

Hippert, C., "Haitian Migrants, Food Security, and Social Networks in the Dominican Republic" (Currently Under Review), UW-L International Development Grant, $3,350.00. (Date Submitted: September 18, 2012).

Download File (chippert/congrant_research/Hippert IDF Proposal Oct 1 2012-1.pdf)

 

Hippert, C., "Haitian Migrants, Food Security, and Social Networks in the Dominican Republic" (Currently Under Review), UW System Grant, Sponsored by UW-Milwaukee Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Regional Faculty Associate Travel Award Grant Competition, $500.00. (Date Submitted: August 2012).

Download File (chippert/congrant_research/UWM CLACS grant 2012-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C., "Evaluating the Farm 2 School Project in the La Crosse School District" (Funded), External Grant, Sponsored by La Crosse County Public Health Department, $3,000.00. (Date Submitted: August 2011, October 2011 - March 2012).

 

Hippert, C., Miller, C. D., "CLS Small Grant" (Funded), College Grant, $3,500.00. (Date Submitted: February 1, 2011, July 2011 - September 2011).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_research/Proposal for CLS Small Grant final sent one-1.docx)

 

Hippert, C., "International Food Aid, Identity, and Culture Change in a Rural Andean Community" (Funded), UW-L Faculty Development Grant, $6,304.00. (Date Submitted: October 22, 2008, May 2009 - May 2010).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_research/Hippert FRG 2008-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C., "International Food Aid, Identity, and Culture Change in a Rural Andean Community" (Funded), UW-L International Development Grant, $3,350.00. (Date Submitted: October 1, 2008, May 2009 - May 2010).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_research/Bolivia 2009 proposal IDF-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C., "Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Travel Grant" (Funded), UW System Grant, Sponsored by Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, $500.00. (Date Submitted: September 14, 2008, September 26, 2008 - August 2009).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_research/Bolivia 2009 proposal LA Studies-1.doc)

 

Hippert, C., "Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Travel Grant for Regional Faculty Associates" (Funded), UW System Grant, Sponsored by UW-Milwaukee, $500.00. (Date Submitted: September 19, 2007, November 28, 2007 - December 1, 2007).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_research/cover letter CLACS UW system-1.doc)

 

Student Research

 

1.   Graduate Student Theses/Projects

 

Thesis Committee Member, McIlquham, Brittany, Health Ed & Health Promotion, MPH, "Supporting Supermom: A Needs and Capacity Assessment of Working Mothers Employed by Logistics Health Incorporated of La Crosse, WI," Completed. (February 2010 - April 13, 2011).

 

Thesis Committee Member, Hrabik, Lynn, Community Health Education, MPH, "Results of a Social Cognitive Theory-based Youth Smokeless Tobacco Prevention Program for Rural Middle School Athletes," Completed. (November 15, 2007 - July 25, 2008).

 

Thesis Committee Member, Ghildyal, Abhilasha, Community Health Education, MPH, "Oral Health in La Crosse: An Assessment of Barriers, Promoters and Greatest Needs," Completed. (November 13, 2007 - July 9, 2008).

 

2.   Undergraduate Research

 

1.      Van Driessche, Rileigh, Sociology & Archaeology, "Exploring Indigenous Knowledge of Australian Aboriginals and the Maori," Proposal. (August 2012 - Present).

Role: Rileigh has enrolled in ANT 409 Readings and Research in Anthropology with me as her supervisor to prepare for her Anthropology/Archaeology Senior Thesis project.  She has asked me to supervise this thesis in spring 2013.

 

2.      Lee, Rachel, Geography and Earth Science, "A Needs and Capacity Assessment of the Current Health Situation of Mexican Immigrants in Delevan, Wisconsin," Completed. (January 2012 - May 4, 2012).

Role: I was Rachel's supervisor for the capstone research experience for her International Studies Minor.

Significant Student Involvement: Rachel conducted semi-structured ethnographic interviews with members of four Latino families in Delevan, WI, primarily focusing on their experiences with the health system.

Dates and Locations Presented:

INS capstone presentation – Oral Presentation. (May 2012).

Download File (chippert/dsl_undergraduate/Lee INS capstone NeedsCapacityAssess-1.doc)

 

3.      DuBois, Erin, Sociology & Archaeology, "An Examination of the Diachronic Change in Anglo-Saxon Barrow Burial Practices," Completed. (October 2011 - May 1, 2012).

Role: I was a reader for Erin's honor's senior thesis in Archaeology.

Significant Student Involvement: Her project began when she studied abroad at Oxford University, UK in Fall 2010.

Dates and Locations Presented:

ARC 499 Honor's Senior Thesis Presentation – Oral Presentation. UWL. (May 2012).

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Oral Presentation. UWL. (April 2012).

 

4.      Blatter, Adam, Biology, "Defining Sustainability in Anlong Village, China," Completed. (January 2011 - April 2012).

Role: Faculty Advisor

Significant Student Involvement: Adam Blatter conducted ethnographic research while on a one-year study abroad experience in China.

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Poster. (April 2012).

Download File (chippert/dsl_undergraduate/Blatter Anlong POSTER (final)-2.pptx)

 

5.      Rooker, Angela, Sociology & Archaeology, "The Effects of the Migrant Experience in the United States on Family Dynamics in Mexico," Completed. (September 2010 - April 2012).

Role: Faculty advisor

Significant Student Involvement: Angela studied Spanish and Mexican culture in Veracruz, Mexico and conducted research that was funded by an Undergraduate Research Grant.

Dates and Locations Presented:

American Anthropological Association, Oral Presentation, San Francisco, CA. (Nov. 2012).

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Oral Presentation. (April 2012).

UWL/Viterbo 3rd Annual Workshop on Teaching, Research, and Service in Latin America – Oral Presentation. Viterbo University, La Crosse, WI. (April 2012).

Download File (chippert/dsl_undergraduate/Rooker final The Effect of Migrant Experiences in the United-2.pptx)

 

6.      Spence, Donica, Biology, "Sexually Explicit Lyrics and their Influence on Jamaican Adolescents' Perceptions and Attitudes about Sex," Completed. (September 2010 - April 2012).

Role: Donica is a McNair Scholar and I am her faculty mentor.  I was also her faculty supervisor for her international ethnographic research in Jamaica.  She was awarded an Undergraduate Research Grant to fund this project.

Germane Honors: Undergraduate Research Grant

Dates and Locations Presented:

McNair Regional Conference – Oral Presentation. Milwaukee, WI. (November 2011).

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Oral Presentation. (April 2012).

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) – Oral Presentation. Ogden, UT. (April 2012).

Download File (chippert/dsl_undergraduate/Spence PPT for portfolio-1.pptx)

 

7.      Rubio-Zepeda, Jose, Political Science & Public Administration, "Coloring a Multilayered Nation: Café con Leche (Coffee with Milk)," Completed. (September 2011 - March 18, 2012).

Role: Along with Dr. Ray Block, Political Science and Public Administration, I co-supervised Jose's independent research in the Dominican Republic.  Jose participated in the Alternative Spring Break Trip to the Dominican Republic with me in March 2012 to do some preliminary work.  Jose was awarded an Undergraduate Research Grant in Nov. 2011 to fund this research.

Download File (chippert/dsl_undergraduate/Rubio-ZepedaGrantApplication-1.pdf)

 

8.      Easton, Lauren, Sociology & Archaeology, "Waste, Worms, and Water," Completed. (December 2010 - May 2011).

Role: I was the director of Lauren's senior thesis, which she presented at UWL's Undergraduate Research and Creativity Day (April 15, 2011).

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Poster. UWL. (April 2011).

 

9.      Schwantes, Katherine, Sociology & Archaeology, "Caves, Plazas, and Gods The Impact of Geomorphology on Taíno Utilization of Ceremonial Sites," Completed. (November 2010 - May 2011).

Role: I was a reader for her Senior Thesis project.

 

10.   Buchman, Alyssa, Health Ed & Health Promotion, "Using Photovoice to Evaluate the Impact of a Gardening Experience on Preschoolers," Completed. (February 23, 2010 - April 15, 2011).

Role: Faculty Advisor

Germane Honors: Undergraduate Research Grant

Dates and Locations Presented:

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) – Poster. Ithaca, NY. (March 2011).

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Poster. UWL. (April 2011).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/edited Buchman poster-1.pptx)

 

11.   Mortensen, Leah, Educational Studies, "Indigenous Knowledge in the Pirwa," Completed. (February 2010 - April 15, 2011).

Role: I was the co-advisor, along with Peter Stovall, Educational Studies, for Leah's summer research project in Bolivia where she used participant-observation in a small, rural, indigenous organization.

Germane Honors: Undergraduate Research Grant

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Oral Presentation. UWL. (April 2011).

Second Annual La Crosse Area Latina(o) Collaborative Workshop on Teaching, Research, and Service – Oral Presentation. UWL. (April 2011).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/Leah GRANT (2)-1.doc)

 

12.   Carthey, Patrick, English, "House of the People: Worker Solidarity in the Neighborhoods of Cochabamba, Bolivia," Completed. (May 26, 2009 - April 15, 2011).

Role: Pat was a student enrolled in 6 credits of ANT 409 Readings and Research in Anthropology during the Summer 2009 Ethnographic Field School in Bolivia.  I supervised his ethnographic research project while we were in Bolivia, and I supervised the analysis of his data and the final writing of his results when we returned to UW-L. 

Germane Honors: Undergraduate Research Grant 

Significant Student Involvement: Pat spent 4 weeks in Cochabamba, Bolivia, where he completed Spanish and Quechua language instruction (Quechua is the indigenous language spoken as the maternal tongue of most residents in this city).  He then conducted participant observation and life history interviews with Bolivian ex-miners who had been relocated to Cochabamba when the mines were privatized in the 1980s.  His project examines the process of how ex-miners and their families established communities in their new urban neighborhoods.

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Oral Presentation. UWL. (April 2011).

Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association – abstract accepted. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (November 2011).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/Patrick Carthey Grant Application-1.pdf)

 

13. Parker, Alex, English, "Resources Available to Women Affected by HIV/AIDS in Botswana," Completed. (September 2010 - January 2011).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/research grant proposal Parker-1.docx)

 

14.   Fricke, Amy, English, "The Magic is in the MIx: the Syncretism of Food in Brazilian Sushi," Completed. (February 2010 - May 2010).

Role: I was Amy's instructor for SOC/ANT 354, Peoples and Cultures of Latin America, and I supervised her research project in which she examined the syncretic blending of foods in Brazilian sushi as an expression of ethnic identity, both within Brazil and abroad, at a time when migration to Brazil was being encouraged by the State.

Dates and Locations Presented:

Viterbo/UWL Latin American Modernities conference – Oral Presentation. Viterbo University, La Crosse, WI. (April 2010).

 

15.   DuBois, Erin, Sociology & Archaeology, "The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions: The Green Revolution in Brazil," Completed. (February 2010 - May 2010).

Role: I was Erin's instructor for SOC/ANT 354, Peoples and Cultures of Latin America, in which she examined the Green Revolution in Brazil by interviewing a man who sold gmo seeds, pesticides, and fertilizers to poor farmers in Brazil.

Dates and Locations Presented:

Viterbo/UWL Latin American Modernities conference – Oral Presentation. Viterbo University, La Crosse, WI. (April 2010).

 

16.   Sitek, Matthew, Sociology & Archaeology, "Household Archaeology: the Pirque Alto Site, Bolivia," Completed. (February 2010 - May 2010).

Role: I was Matt's instructor for SOC/ANT 354, Peoples and Cultures of Latin America, in which he compared/contrasted the present-day and historical uses of household artifacts dug up at the Pirque Alto site in Bolivia.

Dates and Locations Presented:

Viterbo/UWL Latin American Modernities conference – Oral Presentation. Viterbo University, La Crosse, WI. (April 2010).

 

17.   Swanson, Sarah, Music, "Cuban Politics and its Effects on Musical Styles," Completed. (February 2010 - May 2010).

Role: I was Sarah's instructor for SOC/ANT 354, Peoples and Cultures of Latin America, in which she researched the ways that Cuban political and social movement activities had affected endogenous musical genres since the 1959 revolution.

Dates and Locations Presented:

Viterbo/UWL Latin American Modernities conference – Oral Presentation. Viterbo University, La Crosse, WI. (April 2010).

 

18.   Wood, Jacob, Sociology & Archaeology, "Stricture and Solidarity: Agency and Community Development in Huancarani, Bolivia," Completed. (September 2008 - May 2010).

Role: Jacob participated in the summer ethnographic field school in Bolivia that I directed in Summer 2009. 

Germane Honors: Undergraduate Research Grant

Significant Student Involvement: Jacob's project was conducted as part of an international ethnographic fieldschool that was directed by me in Summer 2009.  We spent 4 weeks in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and in addition to his research, Jacob carried out a series of small projects to help familiarize himself to the ethnographic context, the fieldsite where he worked, and the people with whom he worked.

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L's Annual Celebration of Research and Creativity – Oral Presentation. UWL. (April 2010).

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) – Oral Presentation. Missoula, MT. (April 2010).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/Wood Research Proposal-1.doc)

 

19.   Broughton, Kelly, Sociology & Archaeology, Completed. (February 2010 - April 2010).

Role: Reader for Senior Thesis

 

20.   Musalem-Perez, Natasha, Sociology & Archaeology, "Looking for the Past in the Present: Ethnoarchaeology of Plant Utilization in Rural Bolivia," Completed. (April 4, 2008 - May 2009).

Role: I supervised Natasha's international fieldwork in Bolivia. 

Germane Honors: Undergraduate Research Grant

Significant Student Involvement: Since I conducted my doctoral dissertation in the site where she conducted her summer research, I helped her make contacts in her fieldsite, without which it is very difficult to get permission to do research.  In Fall 2008, she enrolled in 3 credits of ANT 409 Readings and Research with me to assist her with analyzing her results.

Dates and Locations Presented:

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) – Oral Presentation. La Crosse, WI. (April 2009).

UW System Annual Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity – Oral Presentation. UW-L. (April 2009).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/NatashaMusalem grantnarrative and docs-2.doc)

 

21.   Schott, Amy, Sociology & Archaeology, "Social Construction of Race in the Andes," Completed. (September 1, 2008 - December 2008).

Role: I supervised Amy Schott's senior University Honor's thesis for her double major in Spanish and Archaeology.  She compared and contrasted 3 Latin American novels from the Andes, Mexico, and Central America.

Significant Student Involvement: Amy completed undergraduate research in Costa Rica in Summer 2008 and took part in the archaeological field school in Bolivia in Summer 2007.  These experiences at UW-L shaped her perceptions of race, ethnicity, and class in Latin American regions that have helped her formulate her thesis for this Honor's project.

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L Honor's Program Conference – Oral Presentation. (December 2008).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/Schott Proposal-1.doc)

 

22.   Sands, Melissa, Biology, "Practicing Culturally Sensitive Medicine with Latino and Latina Patients: A Practitioner's Basic Guide," Completed. (September 1, 2008 - December 2008).

            Role: I supervised Melissa’s senior University Honor's thesis

Dates and Locations Presented:

UW-L Honor's Program Conference – Oral Presentation. (December 2008).

Download File (chippert/dsl_undergraduate/Sands practitioner guide-1-1.doc)

 

23.   Gill, Chelsea, Sociology & Archaeology, Completed. (February 2008 - May 2008).

Role: I was a reader for Chelsea's senior thesis in the Archaeology major. 

 

24.   Peterson, Karla, Sociology & Archaeology, "Using Forensic Archaeology in the Rwandan Genocide," Completed. (October 2007 - May 2008).

Role: I was a reader Karla's senior thesis in the Archaeology major. 

 

25.   Nyseth, Hollie, Sociology & Archaeology, "Panhandling in Puebla, Mexico," Completed. (September 1, 2007 - December 2007).

Role: I supervised Hollie's directed readings project for her course, INS 495. 

Significant Student Involvement: Undergraduate Research Grant

Dates and Locations Presented:

Midwest Society for Sociology – Oral Presentation. St. Louis, MO. (March 2008).

Download File (hippert.chri/dsl_undergraduate/Hollie Nyseth-1.pdf)

 

B.  Additional Scholarship Evidence

 

Letter of support from Dr. Richard Scaglion, University Research Professor, University of Pittsburgh, contextualizing Dr. Hippert’s research in the discipline of Anthropology

Download File (chippert/promotion/Scaglion letter for Hippert-1.docx)

 

Letter of support from Dr. Al Gedicks, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, UW-L, contextualizing Dr. Hippert's research in the field of advocating for human rights of indigenous peoples in Latin America

Download File (chippert/promotion/Gedicks letter of support Hippert-1.pdf)

 

 

V.  SERVICE

 

A.  Service

 

Department Service

 

Search and Screen Committee, Chair. (August 2012 - Present)

replacement position for retired faculty member.

 

Department Representative for AFT. (September 9, 2011 - Present)

My role is to be a liaison between AFT members in the dept. and the executive committee of the union.

 

Archaeology Program Assessment Group, Member. (September 2011 - Present)

This group evaluates, modifies, and assesses curriculum concerns in the Archaeology major and Anthropology minor.

 

International Studies Representative for the Department of Sociology and Archaeology, representative. (September 2009 - Present)

Liaison between Dept. of Sociology and Archaeology and the International Studies program.

 

Coordinator of the Anthropology Minor, Chair. (March 2008 - Present)

Coordinate all curricular issues related to the Anthropology minor at UW-L.  In 2011, the minor was modified to reflect conventions within the discipline of anthropology.

 

Institute for Latino/a, Latin American Studies (ILLAS), UW-L, Departmental Liason. (September 4, 2007 - Present)

As liaison, I provide a link between activities in ILLAS and the Department of Sociology and Archaeology.

 

Search and Screen Committee for Department of Sociology and Archaeology, Member. (September 2009 - December 2011)

Hired an archaeologist to replace a newly retired faculty member.

 

Executive Committee for Dept. of Sociology and Archaeology, Member. (September 2010 - August 2011)

Member of the department committee that oversees administrative duties.

 

Campus Close-Up, Member. (October 28, 2010)

Attended Campus Close-up on Oct. 28th to recruit prospective students to UWL and to inform prospective students of the Archaeology Major and Anthropology Minor.

 

New Student Registration Advisor, Member. (June 25, 2010)

I volunteered to advise new students during the summer registration period.

 

Four-year Graduation Agreement Committee, Member. (September 4, 2007 - May 2010)

 

Merit/Peer Review Committee, Member. (September 2008 - May 2009)

As a committee, we tally up merit scores and rank faculty within the department.

 

Archaeology Program Assessment Group, Member. (September 4, 2007 - May 2009)

This group evaluates, modifies, and assesses curriculum concerns in the Archaeology major and Anthropology minor.

 

Department of Sociology and Archaeology Search Committee, Member. (September 2008 - December 2008)

We successfully hired a new criminologist in the department of Sociology and Archaeology. 

 

New Student Registration Advisor, Member. (June 18, 2008)

I volunteered to advise new students during the summer registration period.

 

Campus Close-Ups for Archaeology/Anthropology Programs, Coordinator. (September 4, 2007 - May 2008)

As Coordinator, I attend Campus Close-Up events on campus to provide prospective students with information about the Archaeology major or Anthropology minor.

 

Department of Sociology and Archaeology Search Committee, Member. (December 2007 - March 2008)

The committee will assist the departmental hire of a new position in archaeology.

 

 

College Service

 

Faculty Research Grant Mentoring Program, Mentor. (September 21, 2010 - February 2011)

I served as a mentor for Dr. Jorg Vianden, Student Affairs, as he prepared his first Faculty Research Grant (UW-L).  He was awarded the grant in February 2010.

 

Interdisciplinary Learning Communities/Honors Program, Member. (March 2008 - September 2008)

Drs. Hoskins, Anderson, Thomsen, and I are working on creating an interdisciplinary learning community for the Honors Program.  We would each teach, from our own area of expertise, a class for the Honors Program about food and sustainability.  During Summer 2008, we were funded through the Honor's Program to create the program.

 

University Service

 

1.   Committee Involvement

 

Promotion, Tenure & Salary (PTS), Member. (September 2011 - Present)

 

IRB, Member. (September 2010 - Present)

Evaluate university research projects submitted from faculty and students that involve human subjects.

 

Graduate Faculty, Associate on the UW-L Graduate Faculty. (March 2008 - Present)

I was promoted from Assistant to an Associate member fo the Graduate Faculty so that I can serve as an outside member on graduate student thesis committees.

 

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, UW-Milwaukee, Regional Faculty Associate. (September 1, 2007 - Present)

As a faculty associate, I am part of a regional network of scholars on Latin America and the Caribbean.

 

Minority Affairs, Member. (September 2008 - May 2011)

To advise the Chancellor on issues relating to Minority Affairs,

To provide recommendations to Associate Dean Barbara Stuart in response to the results of the Campus Climate Survey

 

 

Professional and Community Service

 

1.   Other professional and community service

 

Professional, North Central Council of Latin Americanists, Committee Member, Secretary, approximately 20 hours spent for the year, Yes, elected, Pro Bono, Regional. (June 2011 - Present).

I was elected to serve the NCCLA as secretary.

 

Public/Community, WKBT Channel 8, Interview with Channel 8 news, Interviewee, approximately 1 hours spent for the year, Local. (August 3, 2012).

Carrie Vick from Channel 9 news interviewed me for my participation in a local community supported agriculture organization.  This interview is part of my role as a local food activist, advocating for community awareness of organic, local food options.  My food activism stems from my research interest in the anthropology of food.  http://www.news8000.com/news/Drought-makes-for-slim-produce-pickings/-/326/15964302/-/s7i4xm/-/index.html

 

Public/Community, La Crosse Film Society, Introduced Film, Yes, appointed, Pro Bono, Local. (October 2, 2011).

The Film Society selected the film, "Even the Rain" as their monthly movie shown at the Pump House.  This film depicts the impacts of natural resource wars in Bolivia on residents in Cochabamba, the city where I conducted my fieldwork. One of the board members, Karl Kattchee (Mathematics) invited me to introduce the film to the viewers since I conducted my fieldwork very soon after the events of the film took place.

 

Professional, North Central Council of Latin Americanists, Committee Member, Nominations Chair, approximately 20 hours spent for the year, Yes, elected, Pro Bono, National. (September 2009 - June 2011).

Each year, I gather nominations for the executive committee, design the ballot, and tally up the votes for executive committee members.  Also, I attend the 2 annual business meetings.

 

Professional, The Racquet, Interviewed, approximately 1 hours spent for the year, Pro Bono, Local. (November 6, 2010).

I was interviewed by Ashley Atkinson, student writer for the UW-L publication, The Racquet.  The article discussed the food insecurity and nutrition project that Drs. Miller, Delgado, and I are working on in La Crosse county.

 

Professional, Latin American Modernities Conference, Session organizer of the panel entitled, "Anthropological Perspectives on Latin America and the Caribbean: Student Research on the Region", Member, Pro Bono, Regional. (April 24, 2010).

This panel at the conference presented the results of three students' semester-long research projects from my Peoples and Cultures of Latin America course.  I organized this session.

 

Professional, North Central Council of Latin Americanists, Session Chair, No, neither. (October 2, 2009).

Moderated the session entitled, Latin American Politics: Paths to Power and Community Participation.  I was the discussant on this panel: I compared and contrasted major themes on the panel, provided the theoretical foundation for the papers, as well as pointed to future implications of theoretical issues brought up by the papers.

 

Professional, NCUR, Reviewer, approximately 5 hours spent for the year, No, neither, Pro Bono, National. (January 2009).

I was invited to review 3 paper abstracts by students in cultural anthropology/sociology that had been submitted to NCUR 2009.

 

Public/Community, Volunteer at the Kane Street Community Gardens, part of the La Crosse Hunger Task Force, Volunteer, Member, approximately 10 hours spent for the year, No, neither, Pro Bono, Local. (May 2008 - August 2008).

I volunteered at the Gardens located on Kane and Hagar Streets in North La Crosse during Summer 2008.  I teach a course every fall called Anthropology of Food (ANT 266) and I wanted to create contacts in the community with people who are engaged in community supported agriculture, sustainable agriculture, and working to alleviate poverty and hunger in La Crosse -- all part of the mission statement of the La Crosse Community Gardens.

 

Service Presentations

 

Hippert, Christine, Moderated a discussion of "Sugar", ILLAS, Hispanic Heritage Month celebration. (September 20, 2011).

I introduced and moderated a discussion of "Sugar," a film about baseball's influence on the Dominican Republic and on Dominicans who play in the major leagues in the US.  339 Cartwright, 6:30-8:30pm

 

Hippert, Christine, "Ethnographic Research in Huancarani, Bolivia", CST 332 Intercultural Communications class (Ayesha Patnaik), UWL. (September 16, 2011).

Professor Patnaik's CST 332 Intercultural Communications class came to my ANT/SOC 202 Contemporary Global Issues class to learn more about the methods of doing ethnographic research.

Download File (chippert/present_service/Patnaik class-1.ppt)

 

Hippert, Christine, "Introduction to Health Issues", UN International Film Festival, at the request of Select Committee for Internationalization, Cleary Center, UW-L. (March 5, 2011).

Introduced pertinent global health themes that were the common thread through 3 films shown at the UN International Film Festival: Grandmother to Grandmother, All At Sea, The Bicycle.  http://www.uwlax.edu/international/pdf/2011-film-festival-program.pdf

 

Hippert, Christine, Moderated discussion of "Cafe Chavalos: Overcoming the Streets", Institute for Latino, Latina, and Latin American Studies, UWL. (September 28, 2010).

As part of the scheduled activities planned for Hispanic Heritage Month, I moderated the discussion that ensued after showing a film about a non-governmental organization's project to rehabilitate young drug users in Granada, Nicaragua.

Download File (hippert.chri/present_service/Final draft 2010 UWL Hispanic Heritage Month-3-1-1.doc)

 

Hippert, Christine, "El Idioma Quechua: El Contexto y Uso en la Vida Cotidiana de Bolivia (The Quechua Language: Context and Usage in Everyday Life in Bolivia)", Dr. Jean Hindson's Phonemics and Phonetics Class, Dept. of Modern Languages, 205 GMH. (September 21, 2010).

Teaching in Spanish, I taught basic Quechua grammar and vocabulary, as well as who speaks Quechua, when, where, and why.  This class is for advanced Spanish speakers, and they learned about the diversity of indigenous languages in the Spanish-speaking world.

Download File (hippert.chri/present_service/Quechua presentation 9-21-10-1.ppt)

 

Hippert, Christine, "International Food Aid, Identity, and Culture Change in a Rural Andean Community", Carla Graham, Dept. of English, UWL, Literature and the Environment class, UWL. (February 2009).

I lectured to Dr. Graham's Literature and the Environment class.  I discussed the cultural implications of a new development program in a rural Bolivian community.

Download File (hippert.chri/present_service/Food Aid presentation-1.ppt)

 

Professional Memberships

 

American Anthropological Association, International. (March 1998 - Present).

The American Anthropological Association (AAA), the primary professional society of anthropologists in the United States since its founding in 1902, is the world's largest professional organization of individuals interested in anthropology.

 

Society for Applied Anthropology, International. (September 2007 - Present).

The Society for Applied Anthropology aspires to promote the integration of anthropological perspectives and methods in solving human problems throughout the world; to advocate for fair and just public policy based upon sound research; to promote public recognition of anthropology as a profession; and to support the continuing professionalization of the field.

 

Society for Anthropology of Food and Nutrition, International. (April 2007 - Present).

The Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (SAFN), formerly known as the Council on Nutritional Anthropology (CNA), was organized in 1974 in response to the increased interest in the interface between social sciences and human nutrition. SAFN has the following objectives:

 

To encourage research and exchange of ideas, theories, methods and scientific information relevant to understanding the socio-cultural, behavioral and political-economic factors related to food and nutrition;

To provide a forum for communication and interaction among scientists sharing these interests and with other appropriate organizations;

To promote practical collaboration among social and nutritional scientists at the fields and program levels.

 

Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, International. (March 2002 - Present).

As a section within the American Anthropological Association, SLACA was founded in 1969 for those anthropologists who study Latin American and Caribbean cultures.

 

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, State. (August 2007 - Present).

The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee develops, supports and promotes teaching, research and outreach about Latin America and the Caribbean.

 

Services and resources are available to UWM faculty, staff and students; K-12 teachers and post-secondary educators; professional groups; and the community. CLACS seeks to promote informed, culturally sensitive perspectives for Wisconsin, the upper Midwest and the United States.

 

Established in 1965, CLACS is designated a National Resource Center for Language and Area Studies by the U.S. Department of Education, jointly with the Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies Program at UW-Madison.

 

North Central Council of Latin Americanists, Regional. (August 2007 - Present).

The North Central Council of Latin Americanists (NCCLA) is a vibrant, interdisciplinary organization, dedicated to research and teaching about Latin America and the Caribbean. The strength of NCCLA lies in its engaged membership network of academics, students and other professionals from the upper Midwest.

 

The NCCLA Secretariat is housed at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

 

Central States Anthropology Society, Regional. (June 2011 - Present).

 

 

Grants

 

Hippert, C. (Co-Principal), Macias-Gonzalez, V. M. (Co-Principal), UW-L Grant, "Visiting Scholar of Color Grant", Funded, $1,140.48. (sub: August 7, 2012).

Download File (chippert/congrant_service/soc arc visiting scholar of color hippert 2012 (1)-2.docx)

 

Mc Andrews, T. L. (Co-Principal), Hippert, C. (Co-Principal), Vogt, K. A. (Co-Principal), UW-L Grant, "General Education Committee", Funded, $2,934.00. (sub: May 2008, start: June 16, 2008, end: September 1, 2009).

Download File (hippert.chri/congrant_service/2008 Summer Assessment Plan Proposal-Arc Studies Gen Ed-1.doc)

 

 

B.  Additional Service Evidence

 

1.      Student Learning Outcomes for the Anthropology Minor

Download File (chippert/retention_tenure/Anthropology Minor SLOs-1.doc)

 

2.      Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes for the Anthropology Minor:

SLO 4a: Demonstrate the ability to apply anthropological concepts, theories, and skills to students’ own major disciplines as well as in their future careers

Download File (chippert/retention_tenure/Spring 2011 Anthropology Minor Assessment Tool for SLO 4a-1.doc)

 

3.      Letters of support for service: Dr. Gary Gilmore, Dr. Jean Hindson, Dr. Roger Haro, Dr. Julie Kline, (UW-Milwaukee Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies), and Dr. Emmanuel Felix

Download File (chippert/retention_tenure/Hippert Service Letters of Support-1.pdf)

 

4.      Student research presentation (Christine Hippert, McNair mentor): Donica Spence (presented UW-L Research Day, McNair Research Conference (UW-Milwaukee), and NCUR, Ogden, UT)

Download File (chippert/retention_tenure/Spence PPT for portfolio-1-2.pptx)

 

 

V.  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

A.  Awards and Honors

 

Excellence Award for Scholarship/Research, College of Liberal Studies, Scholarship/Research. (April 15, 2012).

 

Certificate of Leadership and Involvement, UWL, Teaching. (April 1, 2012).

 

Excellence Award for Teaching, College of Liberal Studies, Teaching. (April 17, 2010).

 

Certificate of Appreciation, North Central Council of Latin Americanists, Service, Professional. (October 1, 2009).

 

Honor an Educator Award, Kappa Delta Pi, Teaching. (May 2, 2009).

 

Certificate of Leadership and Involvement, UWL, Teaching. (April 7, 2009).

 

SAPA Most Accessible Nominee Award, SAPA, UWL, Teaching. (April 7, 2009).

 

B.  Faculty Development

 

Other Activities

 

Scholarship/Research, Course, "NSF Short Course in Research Methods", National Science Foundation, Beaufort, NC, United States, No. (July 23, 2012 - July 27, 2012).

 

Professional, Diversity Dialogue presentation, "Myths about Affirmative Action, or "My best friend is black and he did NOT take your spot", by Nizam Arain", UWL, United States, No. (February 1, 2012).                                  

Nizam Arain discussed common misconceptions and myths about affirmative action policy.

 

Professional, Diversity Dialogue presentation, "The Obama Books Room, Revisited: Understanding America's Fascination with Books Written by, Related to, or Endorsed by its 44th President, by Ray Block", UWL, United States, No. (February                1, 2012).

Dr. Block, Political Science, discussed his upcoming research on this topic.

 

Teaching, Course, "Online Instructor Training", UWL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (January 2, 2012 - January 22, 2012).

 

Teaching, Workshop, "An Introduction to Teaching Online Courses", CATL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (September 23, 2011).

 

Teaching, Instructional-Related Conference, "UWL Conference on Teaching and Learning: Invigorating Student Learning: How Should Students Study?", UWL, United States, No. (September 2, 2011).

 

Teaching, Lecture, "The Relationship Approach and Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices", UW-L Presentation Series, La Crosse, United States, No. (February 28, 2011).

 

Teaching, Workshop, "Teaching Sustainability", CATL/Chancellor's Joint Committee on Environmental Sustainability, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (January 18, 2011).

 

Scholarship/Research, Workshop, "NSF/NEH/NEA Grant Opportunities Workshop", Continuing Education and Extension, UWL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (September 17, 2010).

 

Teaching, Instructional-Related Conference, "12th Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning", CATL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (August 31, 2010).

 

Service, Workshop, "Eagle Mentoring Program to Retain MInority Students", CLS and ILLAS, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (August 30, 2010).

 

Teaching, Instructional-Related Conference, "Take Five: Strategies to Improve Teaching and Learning", CATL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (January 19, 2010).

 

Professional, Workshop, "Inclusive Excellence at UW-L", United States, No. (September 29, 2009).

 

Service, Workshop, "An Introduction to Institutional Racism", UW-L Professional Development Presentation, Asian Student Organization, Hmong Organization Promoting Education, et al., United States. (October 3, 2008).

 

Service, Workshop, "General Education Assessment Workshop", CATL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (August 29, 2008).

 

Service, Instructional-Related Conference, "10th Annual UW-L Conference on Teaching and Learning", CATL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (August 26, 2008).

 

Teaching, Technology Training, "Creating a Website Workshop", UW-L's ITS, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (July 14, 2008).

 

Teaching, Workshop, "Teaching Portfoloio Workshop", CATL, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (May 21, 2008).

 

Professional, Participant in Mentoring Program, "UWL's College of Liberal Studies Mentoring Program", Dean's     Office, CLS, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (September 2007 - May 2008).

I was mentored in the College of Liberal Studies mentoring program by Jodi Vandenberg-Daves (Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies).

 

Professional, Technology Training, "E-porfolio workshop", Provost's Office, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (October 2007).

 

Teaching, Instructional-Related Conference, "9th Annual UWL Conference on Teaching and Learning, "Managing the Teaching Load"", Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning (CATL), La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (August 28, 2007).

 

Professional, Orientation, "New Faculty Orientation", Provost's Office, La Crosse, WI, United States, No. (August 2007).

 

 

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