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Joel Betts in Nicaragua

Published: Thursday, 18 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

Graduate student Joel Betts working in Nicaragua.


Yomaira Figueroa, Nikolay Karkov, Michelle Rutty

Published: Thursday, 18 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

Welcome to the 2017 CLACS faculty.


Tinker Foundation logo

Published: Thursday, 18 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

New funds available for MSU graduate research.


Seal of the US Department of Education

Published: Thursday, 18 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

Please provide information to assist CLACS's application to the U.S. Department of Education's Title VI's competition.


Head shot of Laurie Medina

Published: Thursday, 18 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

Laurie Medina, CLACS director, serving as chair of The Latin American Studies Association's Center Directors Section.


CLACS graduate students 2017

Published: Thursday, 18 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

Students from across campus will present their research on February 9th in the International Center.


Alexandra Stano

Published: Wednesday, 17 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

Alexandra Stano reflects on her time as an undergraduate at MSU.


Associate Professor Shelia Contreras. Photo courtesy of College of Arts and Letters.

Published: Monday, 15 Jan 2018
Author: Joy M Whitten
Department: Latin American Studies Center

The Big Read grant seeks to promote reading and broaden understanding of the world.


Graduate Scholar Susanna Maingi.

Published: Friday, 12 Jan 2018
Author: The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program
Department: Office of the Dean

Graduate Scholar Susanna Maingi studies fisheries and wildlife in an effort to make sense of Eastern Africa's human-carnivore conflict. To assist with her research, Maingi was recently awarded the Miriam J. Kelley African Scholarship and an IDEA WILD scholarship.


Mastercard Alumni Regis Nisengwe (left) and Vincent Karenzi (right) together in Rwanda.

Published: Wednesday, 10 Jan 2018
Author: The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program
Department: Office of the Dean

Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program staff had the privilege to meet with two alumni, RegisNisengwe and VincentKarenzi, who have returned to Africa to continue their professional journeys and give back to their communities.