Jasmin Llamas ’06, M.A. ’09, a graduate student in the University of California–Santa Barbara Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology, has received two grants to help fund her research: a Chicano Studies Institute (CSI) Grant and a Graduate Research Award for Social Science Surveys. This is Llamas’s second CSI grant.
Llamas received her B.S. in combined sciences and psychology from Santa Clara University in 2006. She received an M.A. in counseling psychology with a Latino emphasis at Santa Clara University in 2009. During her undergraduate years she was a research assistant on several projects and worked in juvenile hall her senior year of college. Llamas served as a grant coordinator for a state-funded bullying prevention grant in low-income high schools. From 2005-2009 she worked full-time as a data analyst and research associate in the Data Analysis and Evaluation unit of Santa Clara County, Department of Alcohol and Drug Services.