The Center for Latin American Studies and affiliated faculty are actively working on research projects in Mexico, Guatemala and several other countries in Latin American. Their research focuses on topics such as human rights, immigration, resource allocation and governance. Funding comes from a variety of sources such as the Department of Education, The Ford Foundation, Tinker Foundation and Fulbright Hayes. More information on each project can be accessed using the sidebar navagation.
- In The Shadow of the Wall: Family Seperation, Immigration Enforcement and Security, Preliminary Data from the Migrant Border Crossing Study, The Center for Latin American Studies, University of Arizona funded by the Ford Foundation
- Fishing at the Edge of Extinction: Vaquita conservation in the Upper Gulf of California, Investigation the First Large-scale application of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES)for a Marine Conservation Effort in Latin America: Upper Gulf of California Biosphere Reserve, Mexico, Funded by Fulbright Scholar award