• Dr. Rocío Delgado works with student interns who are pursuing elementary certification in the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) at Trinity University. She is project director for the Empatico program and serves as tutorial faculty/research mentor to students in the McNair Scholars program. In the Mexico, the Americas, and Spain (MAS) program, Dr. Delgado assists students with finding, securing, and completing internships at non-profit organizations that work with the Latinx and Spanish-speaking communities in San Antonio. Mahatma Gandhi’s “Be the change you want to see in the world” and César Chavez’s “Sí se puede” quotes are Dr. Delgado’s inspiration to continue doing what she loves -- serving students, their families, and communities.

    • Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
    • M.A., New Mexico State University
    • B.I.S., University of Texas at El Paso
    • Delgado, R. (Fall 2019). La Esperanza de Joaquín. Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, 19 (1): 152-154.
    • Norman, P., with Sherwood, S., Delgado, R., & Siller, M. (2019). Taking the mentoring of new teacher educators seriously: Lessons from a clinically-intensive teacher preparation program. In D. Yendol-Hoppey, D. Hoppey & N. Fichtman Dana (Eds.), Preparing the next generation of teacher educators for clinically-intensive teacher preparation, ˆ25-48. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
    • Campos, D., & Delgado, R. (September 2017). How principals can help teachers with ELLs. Principal Leadership, 18(1), 22-23.
    • Delgado, R., Huerta, M. E., & Campos, D. (February 2012). Enhancing relationships with parents of English language learners. Principal Leadership, 12(6), 30-34.
    • Campos, D., Delgado, R., & Huerta, M. E. (2011). Reaching Out to Latino Families of English Language Learners. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
    • Delgado, R. (October 2010). A teacher’s journey in working with English language learners with/without disabilities. Journal of Latinos in Education, 9(4).
    • Multicultural special education
    • Bilingual education
    • Family school relationships
    • Latinx education
    • Elementary Reading And Literacy
    • Teaching In The Bilingual Classroom
    • Principles & Practices Of English As A Second Language
    • Teaching Diverse Learners 
    • Clinical Practice

    Dr. Delgado was recognized with the university award for Distinguished Advising in 2019 and received the Association of Educational Publishers’ award for her co-authored book, Reaching out to Latino families of English language learners (ELLs).

    Dr. Delgado serves as tutorial faculty and research supervisor for the McNair Scholars program. She is a member of the Mexico, the Americas, and Spain program, the Linguistics minor advisory committee, and the Cultures and Languages across the Curriculum (CLAC) interdisciplinary program. She served in the Diversity and Inclusion committee at Trinity University and participated in the Texas Latino Education Advancement Program and Texas Diversity Council's Young Women's Leadership Symposium within the San Antonio community. 

    She is a member of the Council on Teacher Education and involved with local schools and school districts. Her involvement includes being a presenter at multiple teacher trainings, career/college days, and parent conferences in San Antonio, Northside, Judson, Harlandale, and Edgewood Independent School Districts.