Research & Awards
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The International Institute and its affiliated centers and programs promote multidisciplinary research and provide platforms, such as conferences and publications, for the dissemination of research findings.
The three articles included two on Zika-related abnormalities and one on anti-retroviral therapy for HIV.
The books are for Korean audience and three copious sourcebooks are in both English and Korean. Two more sourcebooks come out in May.
Maggie Peters, a new member of the Global Studies teaching faculty, has spent a decade examining the dichotomy between free trade and open migration.
The book by the director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies explores the life of Vietnamese Catholic priest Philiphê Binh.
The annual David H. Partington Award of the Middle East Librarians Association recognizes members who have displayed a high standard of excellence and accomplishments in and contributions to the field of Middle East librarianship, librarianship in general and scholarship.
Jessa Culver's winning poster project focused on responses to the HIV/AIDS Crisis in Haiti. The UCLA senior plans to pursue an M.D. and M.P.H. in order to pursue a career in global public health.
The recent third UCLA International Institute Graduate Student Conference gave students an opportunity to present interdisciplinary graduate research on global issues.
Graduate students from a wide range of disciplines are helping an editor-in-chief duo reestablish the African Studies journal.
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