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Florencio U. Aranda

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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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Employment History

Southcentral Director of Legislative Affairs

National Association of Graduate-Professional Students


Legislative Intern

U.S. House of Representatives


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Florencio Urias Aranda III
Florencio Urias Aranda III LUBBOCK - On Saturday, August 8, 2015, Florencio Urias Aranda III, a Presidio native, graduated from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas with his Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education. The 29 year old Ph.D., focused his doctoral research on analyzing Latino Male U.S. Congressmen from the Southwest region of the United States and their impact on Higher Education. A graduate of the Presidio High School Class of 2004, Aranda commenced his undergraduate education at Texas Tech University where he went on to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, with a minor in Political Science in May 2007, in 3 years. His undergraduate education allowed him to explore the policies of the American government, as well as his Spanish cultural and racial past. He continued his graduate studies at Texas Tech University, where he earned a Master of Arts degree in Romance Languages in Spanish & Portuguese, in May 2010. During his Master's studies, he was chosen to study and teach abroad in Seville, Spain, as a Graduate Part-time Instructor of Spanish. Aside from receiving his Ph.D., Aranda recently graduated with a Master's in Interdisciplinary Studies (Spanish, Higher Education, & Curriculum & Instruction) in May 2015 from Texas Tech University. During his time at TTU, Aranda served as President of the Texas Tech Graduate Student Advisory Council, President of the Nu Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, and Vice-President of the Alpha Phi Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. His commitment to the Latina/o population is very evident, as he was selected as a Ford Foundation Graduate Academic Scholar by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education in 2013. Moreover, Dr. Aranda was selected as the 2015 College Young Adult at the Adelante Awards hosted by Los Hermanos Familia in Lubbock, Texas. Professionally, he served as the 2013 Social Justice Chair, 2014 Southcentral Region Legislative Chair, and the 2014 Director of Legislative Affairs for the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS). Additionally, he interned with U.S. Aranda is the son of Florencio Aranda, Jr. and Maricela Urias Aranda. Attending the graduation of Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III were, from left, Juanita Bishop (godmother), Jo Ann De La O (sister), Heriberto De La O & Heriberto, Jr. (brother-in-law & nephew), Tela Urias (grandmother), Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III, Dr. Fernando Valle, Maricela U. Aranda (mother), Florencio Aranda, Jr. (father), and Asa Bishop (cousin). Standing in frontt is Xiomari De La O (niece) and Mason Bishop (cousin). Attending the graduation of Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III were, from left, Juanita Bishop (godmother), Jo Ann De La O (sister), Heriberto De La O & Heriberto, Jr. (brother-in-law & nephew), Tela Urias (grandmother), Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III, Dr. Fernando Valle, Maricela U. Aranda (mother), Florencio Aranda, Jr. (father), and Asa Bishop (cousin). Standing in frontt is Xiomari De La O (niece) and Mason Bishop (cousin). Attending the graduation of Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III were, from left, Juanita Bishop (godmother), Jo Ann De La O (sister), Heriberto De La O & Heriberto, Jr. (brother-in-law & nephew), Tela Urias (grandmother), Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III, Dr. Fernando Valle, Maricela U. Aranda (mother), Florencio Aranda, Jr. (father), and Asa Bishop (cousin). Attending the graduation of Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III were, from left, Juanita Bishop (godmother), Jo Ann De La O (sister), Heriberto De La O & Heriberto, Jr. (brother-in-law & nephew), Tela Urias (grandmother), Dr. Florencio U. Aranda III, Dr. Fernando Valle, Maricela U. Aranda (mother), Florencio Aranda, Jr. (father), and Asa Bishop (cousin).


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Florencio U. Aranda III | Director of Legislative Affairs
Florencio Aranda III As the 2014 NAGPS Director of Legislative Affairs, Florencio's primary focus shall be that of leading the advocacy efforts of the Association by developing more policy networking events, establishing a greater presence in our federal agencies and on Capitol Hill, and continue the commitment to graduate and professional student by advocating for these students at the local, regional, state, and national level. Florencio U. Aranda III is a frontera native from Presidio, Texas/Ojinaga, Chihuahua, México. Florencio is a First Generation College student and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, with a minor in Political Science from Texas Tech University in May 2007, in 3 years. Additionally, he earned a Master of Arts degree in Romance Languages in Spanish and Portuguese, in May 2010. During his Master's studies, Florencio was chosen to study and teach abroad in Seville, Spain, as a Graduate Part-time Instructor of Spanish. Florencio Aranda's current pursuit includes a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education, with an emphasis in Policy, and a minor in Spanish, from Texas Tech University. Florencio has designed an educational agenda which is Latino-centered. His dissertation research is guided by the Latino Critical Race (LatCrit) theoretical framework analyzing Latino Male Policymakers in Higher Education. His goal is to identify behaviors which establish achievement methods/characteristics of current successful Latino Male Policymakers, allowing Florencio to develop and/or expand effective policies that support higher education academic success for Latinos. Furthermore, Florencio has been highly involved on campus serving on numerous academic, professional, and extra-curricular organizations and committees. Aranda served as President of the Texas Tech University Graduate Student Advisory Council, President of the TTU Nu Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, and Vice-President of the TTU Alpha Phi Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. Additionally, in 2013, Florencio served as the NAGPS Social Justice Chair.


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Florencio U. Aranda, III | Social Justice Chair
Florencio U. Aranda III is a frontera native from Presidio, Texas/Ojinaga, Chihuahua, México. Florencio is a First Generation College student and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, with a minor in Political Science from Texas Tech University in May 2007, in 3 years. His undergraduate education allowed him to explore the policies of the American government, as well as his Spanish cultural and racial past. Florencio earned a Master of Arts degree in Romance Languages in Spanish and Portuguese, in May 2010, to expand linguistically and reach out to more ethnic groups and diverse populations. During his Master's studies, Florencio was chosen to study and teach abroad in Seville, Spain, as a Graduate Part-time Instructor of Spanish. Florencio Aranda's current pursuit includes a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education, with an emphasis in Policy, and a minor in Spanish, from Texas Tech University. Florencio has designed an educational agenda which is Latino-centered. His dissertation research is guided by the Latino Critical Race (LatCrit) theoretical framework analyzing Latino Male Policymakers in Higher Education. His goal is to identify behaviors which establish achievement methods/characteristics of current successful Latino Male Policymakers, allowing Florencio to develop and/or expand effective policies that support higher education academic success for Latinos. Furthermore, Florencio is highly involved on campus serving on numerous academic, professional, and extra-curricular organizations and committees. Currently, Aranda serves as President of the Texas Tech University Graduate Student Advisory Council, President of the TTU Nu Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, and Vice-President of the TTU Alpha Phi Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. Florencio's professional goal is to become a leader in the educational field, whether it is at the university setting or an educational governmental agency where he can use his diverse background, knowledge, and leadership experience in education policy, social justice topics, political, and multi-linguistic education to further shape policy.


nagps.org

Florencio U Aranda, III
Florencio U. Aranda, III | Social Justice Chair Florencio U. Aranda III is a frontera native from Presidio, Texas/Ojinaga, Chihuahua, México. Florencio is a First Generation College student and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, with a minor in Political Science from Texas Tech University in May 2007, in 3 years. His undergraduate education allowed him to explore the policies of the American government, as well as his Spanish cultural and racial past. Florencio earned a Master of Arts degree in Romance Languages in Spanish and Portuguese, in May 2010, to expand linguistically and reach out to more ethnic groups and diverse populations. During his Master's studies, Florencio was chosen to study and teach abroad in Seville, Spain, as a Graduate Part-time Instructor of Spanish. Florencio Aranda's current pursuit includes a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education, with an emphasis in Policy, and a minor in Spanish, from Texas Tech University. Florencio has designed an educational agenda which is Latino-centered. His dissertation research is guided by the Latino Critical Race (LatCrit) theoretical framework analyzing Latino Male Policymakers in Higher Education. His goal is to identify behaviors which establish achievement methods/characteristics of current successful Latino Male Policymakers, allowing Florencio to develop and/or expand effective policies that support higher education academic success for Latinos. Furthermore, Florencio is highly involved on campus serving on numerous academic, professional, and extra-curricular organizations and committees. Currently, Aranda serves as President of the Texas Tech University Graduate Student Advisory Council, President of the TTU Nu Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, and Vice-President of the TTU Alpha Phi Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society. Florencio's professional goal is to become a leader in the educational field, whether it is at the university setting or an educational governmental agency where he can use his diverse background, knowledge, and leadership experience in education policy, social justice topics, political, and multi-linguistic education to further shape policy.


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Dr. Florencio Aranda III, Texas Tech University


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