Valeria Perez

Undergraduate Research Assistant

About

Valeria Pérez (she/her) has always been interested and working around intersectional educational processes and so-called “Latin American” historical memory. She was born and raised in Cuscatlán, usually known as El Salvador. She is currently in her third year at UBC, studying a double major in Political Science and History. After supporting the Community Engaged Learning component of two first-year classes for two years, Valeria is now working with ORICE as a research assistant for the First-Year Experiential Education project (“Formulating evidence-based supports to enhance faculty approach to experiential education in large first-year Arts courses”). In her free time, she can be found drying flowers or creating wall decorations with recycled materials.


Valeria Perez

Undergraduate Research Assistant
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Valeria Pérez (she/her) has always been interested and working around intersectional educational processes and so-called "Latin American" historical memory. She was born and raised in Cuscatlán, usually known as El Salvador. She is currently in her third year at UBC, studying a double major in Political Science and History. After supporting the Community Engaged Learning component of two first-year classes for two years, Valeria is now working with ORICE as a research assistant for the First-Year Experiential Education project ("Formulating evidence-based supports to enhance faculty approach to experiential education in large first-year Arts courses”). In her free time, she can be found drying flowers or creating wall decorations with recycled materials.

Valeria Perez

Undergraduate Research Assistant
email

Valeria Pérez (she/her) has always been interested and working around intersectional educational processes and so-called "Latin American" historical memory. She was born and raised in Cuscatlán, usually known as El Salvador. She is currently in her third year at UBC, studying a double major in Political Science and History. After supporting the Community Engaged Learning component of two first-year classes for two years, Valeria is now working with ORICE as a research assistant for the First-Year Experiential Education project ("Formulating evidence-based supports to enhance faculty approach to experiential education in large first-year Arts courses”). In her free time, she can be found drying flowers or creating wall decorations with recycled materials.