Past Newsletters

December 2020 - Mexico Initiatives

Happy Holidays and ¡Felices Fiestas! from UArizona Mexico Initiatives

COIL, or Collaborative Online International Learning, Brings the World to Arizona Classrooms through Innovative Pedagogy 

UArizona Filmmakers' Documentary Sheds Light on Border Crisis in One Texas County

Faculty Spotlight:  Dr. Daniel E. Martínez, School of Sociology and Binational Migration Institute

Analyzing Migration Patterns From Central America

Arizona Law's Diplomado in Mexican Public Policy and Law with UNAM Resumes in Spring '21

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October 2020 - Mexico Initiatives

UA President Robert C. Robbins Meets with Governor of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich Arellano

UArizona and State of Sinaloa Sign Agreements to Expand Collaboration and Create Scholarship for Sinaloan Undergrads

Dr. Lorenzo Córdova of UNAM to Share Insights on Mexico's Electoral System

POWER REPRESENTED: An Interview with Indigenous Actress Yalitza Aparicio

Oct. 29 | Michelle Tellez

UNISON Human Rights Commission and SBS Mexico Initiatives Present Webinar Series on Inclusion, Diversity, and Human Rights

Student Spotlight: Julio Quijas de Lara, Mining and Geological Engineering

Call for Applications for Sonora Cohort for Masters in Engineering in Mining and Geological Engineering Now Open

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June 2020 - Mexico Initiatives

UArizona Launches Global Campus to Serve Students During the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond

A Special Congratulations to the UArizona Class of 2020 Graduates from Mexico!

UArizona to Offer New Degree in Bilingual Journalism

Largest, Oldest Maya Monument Suggests Importance of Communal Work

Eller Economic and Business Research Center Looks at Impacts of COVID-19 on Cross-Border Trade

Mexican Start-up Graduates from UA Center for Innovation (UACI) and Launches into the U.S. and Global Markets

UArizona Global Nursing Builds Partnerships for New Binational Experience in Alamos, Mexico

Launching Your Career Symposium Focuses on Women in STEM

UArizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Congratulates UNAM - CISAN on 30 Years of Research on North American Affairs  

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March 2020 - Mexico Initiatives

UNAM and UArizona Launch Certificate Program in Mexican Public Law and Diplomacy

Amplifying the Voices of Women in STEM

Arizona Wind Quintet Offers Classes and Concerts in Ciudad Juárez

UArizona Hosts Director of Mexico's National System of Researchers (SNI), Dr. Mario De Leo Winkler

Dr. Tania Martínez Cruz Returns to Alma Mater to Share Insights on Indigenous Women in STEM

Arizona Model United Nations (AzMUN) Holds 58th Conference at UArizona

New Director of Mexican Space Agency Shares Vision of Mexico's Future in Space

 

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December 2019 - Mexico Initiatives

UArizona Law Partners with UNAM to Offer Certificate on Mexican Public Law and Policy in Spring 2020

Orquesta Sinfónica Esperanza Azteca Revolución UACJ, a youth orchestra from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico delights UArizona audience with "Hope Through Music Across Borders."

UArizona Hosts Forum on Arizona and the Future of North American Trade

College of Education Strengthens Partnership with CRESON (Regional Center of Teaching and Teacher Education for Sonora) 

UArizona and Universidad Iberoamericana Explore New Collaborations

Arid Lands and Water Management are Focus of Visit of Students and Faculty from Universidad Autónoma de Chapingo

Pre-service Teachers from Hermosillo, Sonora Visit UArizona College of Education and Local Schools

Students from Arizona and Mexico Collaborate to Solve Grand Challenges at the Arizona Student Energy Conference

UArizona Global Center Hosts Global Coffee Celebrating Mexico

Student Spotlight:  Rafael García, Physics

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June 2019 - Mexico Initiatives

UA President Robert C. Robbins Leads Delegation to Mexico City

UA Mexico Initiatives Spring Highlights

Visit from Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. Martha Bárcena Coqui

UA President Robert C. Robbins Visits Ambos Nogales

Sonoran Businesswomen Focus of UA McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship Program

 

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January 2019 - Mexico Initiatives

UA Researchers Find $4.8 Billion Economic Impact of Mexican Fresh Tomatoes on U.S. Economy

UA Fred Fox School of Music Presents "La hija de Rappaccini" by Daniel Catán

Arizona Student Energy Conference (AzSEC) Hosts Participants from Mexico

El Colegio de San Luis (COLSAN) and UA Formalize Partnership in Social Sciences

Dr. Cecilia Rosales, National Advisory Board Member for Ventanillas de Salud, Receives Ohtli Award

 

 

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October 2018 - Mexico Initiatives

UA Law Partners with the Mexican Foreign Ministry to Teach U.S. Law

Mexico's Aristegui Named 2018 Zenger Award Winner

UA Dean of Science, Dr. Joaquín Ruíz, Named Distinguished Citizen by Mexico's Ministry of Foreign Affairs

UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Partners with Mexican Government to Deliver Mobile Health Services

UA International Partners with University of Sonora to Host Students and Faculty from the University of North Carolina in Borderlands Experience

UA Fred Fox School of Music Hosts Mexican Vocalists in Residency

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June 2018 - Mexico Initiatives

UA President Robert C. Robbins Visits University of Sonora and UA Partners in Sonora

UNAM Rector, Dr. Enrique Graue Wiechers Visits University of Arizona 

UA Hosts “Women in STEM” Seminar for 20 Sonoran Students

Mexico and Arizona: A Shared History Through Cinema

Arizona-Mexico Economic Indicators: Arizona’s Trade and Competitiveness in the US-Mexico Region

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February 2018 - Mexico Initiatives

UNAM Space Program, Led by Dr. José Francisco Valdés Galicia, Visits UA Space Science Programs

UA Contributes to Science and Technology Agenda for Mexico's Presidential Transition Team

UA Renews Agreement with CONACYT

UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Part of CONACYT Binational Border Health Network

President Robbins Meets with Higher Education Leadership from Sonora on Collaboration

First International NSF I/UCRC Center of Autonomic Computing Sites Established with UA Partners in Sonora

Renowned Mexican Author and "Niñólogo" Emilio A. Lomé in Residence at UA College of Education's Worlds of Words

UA and Mexican Researchers Collaborate on Shared Arid-Region Challenges

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