Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) at Indiana University is a pivotal site for interdisciplinary research, instruction, and outreach focused on Latin America and the Caribbean. CLACS offers academic programs, courses, and financial aid to undergraduate and graduate students. The master's degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies is its principal academic program. More than 80 faculty members at Indiana University teach and conduct research on the region, with especially strong expertise on Mexico, Central America, the Andes, the Southern Cone, the Amazonian Region, and Brazil. Learn More.
CLACS is now accepting applications for 2010 Summer Field Research Grants. Learn more about this opportunity.
DEADLINE: MARCH 26, 2010
CLACS "Novedades/Novidades" 3/11/10-3/24/10
Stay updated with CLACS news, academic opportunities, scholarships, and even community events. This newsletter is updated every Thursday. If you would like to receive "Novedades" electronically, please email email@example.com with the subject line "LISTSERV".
Current graduate students check out the upcoming Spring courses.
Stay Updated on the News and Events involving CLACS
To have your name added to the CLACS listserve send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to include your relationship to the University in your email (i.e. undergraduate, graduate, faculty, friend, etc.).
New Internship Databases
Students and recent Graduates interested in internships in the United States and Latin America should reference this newly compiled list of opportunities.
Friday, March 26, 2010
Dr. Jamil Mahuad, former president of Ecuador will be delivering the keynote address entitled “Negotiation and Conflict Resoluation in
the Peru-Ecuador Border Dispute and Beyond" for the 3rd Annual International Public Affairs Association Spring Conference: Challenges and Opportunities in the Global Context: Public Affairs in the 21st Century. This conference is free and open to the public.
However, space for some events, including breakfast and lunch, is limited. Please register in advance to reserve your place. To register, contact the conference committee at email@example.com This event will take place in the Kelley School of Business, Room BU 200 and 202.