In 2005-06, of all degrees awarded to Hispanics, males earned 37% of associate degrees, 39% of bachelor’s degrees, 48% of first professional degrees, and 44% of doctoral degrees.
Alfredo Gonzalez is Dean Emeritus at California State University Los Angeles (CSULA). Recently retired, he served at CSULA for thirty-four years in numerous capacities including department chair, associate dean, college dean and for over twenty years, Dean of Undergraduate Studies. As Dean of Undergraduates Studies he was responsible for or oversaw a number of areas that support retention and academic learning including the University Academic Advisement, Tutorial and Writing Centers, General Education, introduction to higher education courses for first time freshmen and transfers, learning communities, community engagement, developmental English and math, and Early College. As Dean of Undergraduate Studies and executive secretary of the University's Educational Policy Committee for fifteen years he worked closely with other administrators and faculty leaders in developing and implementing policies and programs to increase student engagement, academic success, retention and graduation rates.
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