LAS Graduate Students

Graduate students in the LAS program are diverse, drawing upon a range of academic, professional, and personal experiences related to Latin America. 


Photo: Alejandra  Acuña Balbuena

Alejandra Acuña Balbuena

MALAS
Environmental Governance & Resilience

Photo: Ericka  Arias

Ericka Arias

MALAS/MCRP
History, Urbanism & Community Development

Photo: Javier Astorga

Javier Astorga

PhD
Geography; Community & Regional Planning

Photo: Dominic Baca

Dominic Baca

MALAS
Human Rights, International Management

Photo: Alin Badillo Carrillo

Alin Badillo Carrillo

MPH/MALAS
Public Health; Urbanism and Community Development

Photo: Fiore Bran Aragón

Fiore Bran Aragón

MALAS
Human Rights, Anthropology

Photo: Joselin Castillo

Joselin Castillo

MALAS
Conflict, Peace & Rights

Photo: Elisa Cibils

Elisa Cibils

MALAS/JD
History; Human Rights

Photo: Robert Donnelly

Robert Donnelly

PhD
History; Sociology

Photo: Jeremy Falson

Jeremy Falson

MALAS
Sociology; Political Science

Photo: Moira Garcia

Moira Garcia

MALAS
Art History, Indigenous Studies

Photo: David Lindwall

David Erik Lindwall

MALAS
History, Political Science

Photo: Brenda Macias Lopez

Brenda Macias Lopez

MALAS
Human Rights, Spanish American Literature

Photo: Jasmine Morse

Jasmine Morse

MALAS
Conflict, Peace & Rights

Photo: Jackie  Munro

Jackie Munro

MALAS
Geography, Human Rights

Photo: Miles Nowlin

Miles Nowlin

MALAS
Environmental Governance & Resilience

Photo: Helena  Omaña Zapata

Helena Omaña Zapata

MALAS
Arts, Literature & Cultural Studies

Photo: Soledad Roybal

Soledad Roybal

MALAS
Conflict, Peace & Rights

Photo: Phillip  Salazar

Phillip Salazar

MALAS
Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Linguistics

Photo: Kelsey Varisco

Kelsey Varisco

MALAS
Environmental Governance & Resilience

Photo: Alexandra  Villegas

Alexandra Villegas

MALAS/MPH
Geography, Public Health