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Dr. Marcela Vásquez-León receives Fulbright to study single-species conservation efforts in northern Mexico
In August Dr. Marcela Vásquez-León, associate professor at CLAS and associate research anthropologist in the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, began research about the Mexican government's... Read More
Congratulations to LAS Graduates!
Six Latin American Studies students graduated with Honors and wrote senior theses.  They include three majors: Angela Barrraza, Francisco Lara, and Leanne Trujillo; and three minors: Chelsea Halstead... Read More
Dr. Margaret Wilder Leads Binational Climate Change Study
 On Friday, October 14, Dr. Margaret Wilder, associate professor at CLAS and the School of Geography and Development and associate research professor of environmental policy with the Udall Center for... Read More
LAS Awarded an Arizona Humanities Council Grant
The University of Arizona Center for Latin American Studies (LAS) was recently awarded an Arizona Humanities Council grant to promote the Borderlands Community Film Series.  Together with Hanson Film... Read More
Binational Forum on Transborder Human Development in the Arizona-Sonora Region
Foro Binacional Desarrollo humano transfronterizo en la región Sonora-Arizona University of Sonora, Nogales Campus Hotel Plaza Nogales/Nogales, Sonora, Mexico 17-18 November 2011Sponsored by:... Read More
CLAS Awarded a Communty Connections Grant
CLAS was one if 6 units, out of 35 applicants, awarded the University of Arizona Community Connections Grant, funded by the VPR’s office.  The CCG funds will allow the Center to offer a three-day... Read More
Oaxaca Video Production Workshop
This summer, 8 University of Arizona faculty and students will travel to Oaxaca to learn how to create hi-definition documentaries from the Emmy Award-Winning Team of director, videographer, and... Read More
2011 Academic Year FLAS Fellowships Awarded
The Center for Latin American Studies was honored to award the 2011Academic Year Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships to 8 University of Arizona graduate students! The Fellowships are funded... Read More
CLAS Office Moves to Harvill Building
The Center for Latin American Studies relocated offices from the Marshall Building.  CLAS' new home is located on the 3rd floor, Southwest wing of the Harvill Building (1103 E. Second St.).  Our... Read More
2011 Summer FLAS Fellowships Awarded
The Center for Latin American Studies was honored to award the 2011 Summer Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships to 12 University of Arizona Students!  The Fellowships are funded by the... Read More

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