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2014 HIA Travel Award Research Presentations

Join us and our 2014 HIA Graduate Student Travel Awardees while they present their findings after returning from their summer pre-dissertation research excursions which spanned across much of Latin America.
When Nov 18, 2014
from 09:00 AM to 03:10 PM
Where 273 Social Science & Humanities
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Please check back for an updated schedule of speakers as the event draws nearer.  

Here are just a few of the many presentations that day:

 

Hunting Dogs in the Bosawás Biosphere Reserve, Nicaragua  (Amanda Campbell & Devin von Stade, Veterinary Medicine)

Understanding How Teachers and Educators from Mexico Conceptualize Violence Linked to Cartels: What are the implications for schools? (Yanira Madrigal-Garcia, Education)

Seismic Sky: Rain and Disaster Potentials along the Fault Line in Peru (Marie McDonald, Anthropology)



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