Associate Professor, School for Workers, UW-Madison
An Associate Professor with the School for Workers, Armando Ibarra holds a BA in Sociology and Spanish, as well as a Master’s in Public Administration, and a PhD in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine. Armando joined the School for Workers faculty in January 2011. Dr. Ibarra has extensive and diverse teaching, research and organizing experience. His research and fields of specialization are Chicano/a Latino/a working communities, adult education on issues of diversity in the workplace, international labor migration, leadership development, organizing workplaces, and applied research. He has taught for the CLS Program since 2011 and held the Director position since 2018. For more information, see his website.
Professor, Curriculum and Instruction, Susan J. Cellmer Distinguished Chair in Literacy
Director, Office of Service Learning & Community Based Research
Professor Ermeritus, Department of History
Assistant Dean Emerita, Student Academic Affairs, College of Letters & Science
Professor, Counseling Psychology