Academic-year and summer fellowships to assist deserving undergraduate and graduate students undergoing training in modern foreign languages and related area or international studies.
Cosponsored by Brazil's Agency for Industrial Development, the event was held at UCLA's Charles E. Young Research Library and attended by over 50 Brazilians living and working in Southern California.
At the fall reception of the Latin American Institute, participants caught up on the activities of the Institute and its three centers.
The realization that caring for indigenous people in Latin America requires more than just medical knowledge & skills, has brought physicians & public health experts together with faculty from across campus to learn from each other under the auspices of the UCLA Latin American Institute.
Attend the International Institute's Academic Program information session to learn about this new program!