From the Penn Current November 2016 edition:
“Américo Mendoza-Mori, a scholar of the indigenous language, facilitates the Quechua Initiative’s educational and cultural classes, as well as its related student groups on campus.
…The thriving program is putting Penn on the map as a Quechua language hub, too. A few months ago, Mendoza-Mori was invited to speak about his work at Penn at the United Nations in New York for the commemoration of the UN Declaration of the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples. …”
Read the full article by Lauren Hertzler, here: https://penncurrent.upenn.edu/news/thriving-program-makes-penn-a-quechua-language-hub