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Apply Now! 2018 UCLA Blum Center Summer Scholars Program!

The UCLA Blum Center is now accepting applications from UC graduate students interested in field studies in Latin America. Students with research interests in the social determinants of health, specifically as related to Latin American populations, should apply. Deadline for applications is Thursday, March 1. Six to seven students will be accepted for this unique opportunity to conduct mentored research in Latin America. 
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Summit 2017: Health Equity in the Americas

Leaders From 18 Countries Meet to Promote Health Equity in the Americas
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Summer Scholars Blog #1: Lucy Stephenson

Lucy Stephenson writes her first blog post as a Summer Scholar in Mexico
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