MAIS Student Charlie Cutler has camped out in the desert at the U.S border with Mexico doing water drops, migrant search and rescue! He has also been running free tennis clinics for a community youth center and an orphanage for girls from violent homes this summer! Thank you for impacting this community in a powerful way Charlie!#USFCA #SUMMER #MAISATUSF
MAIS student Yanela Mendez was selected to participate in The 53rd Geneva Graduate Study Programme this summer! The theme for this year is “From Millennium to sustainable: crafting new development goals for the future we want”. Yanela has been part of a series of lectures and panel discussions by Senior officials and experts of the United Nations and the Geneva-based specialized agencies. Congratulations Yanela!
MAIS students are getting ready to embark on their research journey this summer☀! Many students will be conducting research or interning abroad in places like: Burma, Nicaragua, Thailand, Colombia, Spain, Cambodia, Peru, Brazil, Uruguay, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Ecuador, Dominican Republic and more..
We look forward to hearing more about their research, and posting internship highlights all summer long…!
Last night, MAIS students concluded the spring semester by enjoying Eritrean food! Thank you, New Eritrea, for a wonderful dining experience!
On Friday, MAIS students presented their theses proposals to peers and faculty. Some very interesting research projects will take place over the next few months. We are eager to hear more as the summer commences!
Three MAIS students will be presenting this Friday at the Stanford Graduate Symposium on Latin America. Check out the symposium program here!