Dr. Juan Sanchez Muñoz
Dr. Muñoz is currently Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Vice President for Institutional Diversity Equity, and Community Engagement. As a Vice President and Vice Provost, Dr. Muñoz serves on the President’s Administrative Council, Provost Staff, Dean’s Council, Academic Council, Strategic Planning Council, Strategic Enrollment Planning Council, University Budget Working Group, and is the Chair of the TTUS, Outreach and Engagement System Priority. more»
- Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction, University of California, Los Angeles
- M.A. Mexican-American Studies, California State University, Los Angeles
- B.A. Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara
- 2006 Certificate of Recognition, City of Lubbock City Council
- 2005 Certificate of Recognition, Lubbock County Commissioner Ysidro Gutierrez
- 2004 Certificate of Commendation- Office of California Congresswomen Roybal Allard
- 2004 Certificate of Commendation- San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors
- 2004 Certificate of Commendation- Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Trustees
- 2004 Certificate of Commendation- Office of California Speaker of the Assembly, Fabian Nunez
Munoz, J. (2005). The social construction of alternative education: re-examining the margins of public education for at-risk chicano/a student. The High School Journal,88 (2):3-22.
Munoz, J., Jasis-Ordonez, R., Young, P., & McLaren, P. (2004). The Hidden Curriculum of Domestication. Urban Review, 36(3):169-187.
Munoz, J. (2003). Community Resource Mapping- an Exciting Tool for Decision Making in the Social Studies Classroom. The Social Studies, 94(1): 20-23.
Munoz, J. (2002) (Dis)Integrating Technology with Multiculturalism. Multicultural Education, 8(4), 19-23.
Munoz, J. (2002). [En]Gauging Opportunity: Examining Equity, Access and Appropriateness of Computer Mediated Learning. American Association of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 5(2),65-69.
Munoz, J. (2006). Diversity in Higher Education. Texas Diversity and Leadership Conference. Dallas, Tx.
Munoz, J. (2005). Creating a campus climate of inclusion. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Commissioner’s Summit. Austin, Tx.
Munoz, J. (2005). Diversity in Higher Education: Understanding Where the Leaks in the Pipeline Begin. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Educational research Association. New Orleans, La.
Munoz, J. (2004). Community Asset Mapping. California State University, San Bernardino, College of Education Bilingual Educators Colloquium. San Bernardino, California.
Munoz, J. (2004). Diversity in Graduate Education: Obstacles to Equity. California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education. Oxnard, California.
Munoz, J. (2003a). Examining the Social Construction of At-Risk Students: A Comparative Study of Two Alternative Education Programs.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago, Illinois.
Covenant Health System
- Board of Directors, 2009
A comprehensive faith based medical delivery system that consists of over ten regionally disbursed facilities and affiliate medial groups, employs over 4500 staff, and maintains almost 1 billion in assets and operational funding.
American State Bank
- Board of Directors, 2009
Serve as a policy liaison related to emerging markets in the Lubbock Community, with specific expertise in Hispanic and youth populations.
Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs
- Board of Directors, 2008
TDHCA's mission is to help Texans achieve an improved quality of life through the development of better communities. The Department accomplishes this mission by acting as a conduit for federal grant funds for housing and community services. TDHCA also operates as a housing finance agency. TDHCA also serves as a financial and administrative resource that helps provide essential services and affordable housing opportunities to Texans who qualify for this assistance based on their income level. Additionally, the Department is a resource for educational materials and technical assistance for housing, housing related, and community services matters.
Texas Tech University:
- Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Equity
- Associate Vice Provost, Academic Development
- President's Senior Administrative Council, Member
- Gender Equity Council, Ex-Oficio
- TTU Senior Administrative Council, Member
- Director, TTU Mentor Tech Programs
- Director, TTU Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center
- Search Committee Member, TTU Senior Veterinary
- Search Committee Member, TTU Vice President of Research
- Administrator, $500,000 Faculty Excellence Fund
- Administrator, President's Excellence in Equity Award- Faculty
- Administrator, President's Excellence in Equity Award- Staff
- Administrator, President's Excellence in Equity Award- Students
United States Marine Corps- Reserves 1986-1992-Honorable Discharge, 1992.
Rank at separation, E-5- Sergeant
Campaigns, Commendations, & Awards
- Operation Desert Shield, 1990
- Operation Desert Storm, 1991
- Meritorious Commendation, 1987
- Meritorious Promotion, 1987
- Good Conduct Medal, 1990
- Sea Service Deployment, 1990