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Cambio Center News - September 2018

Welcome back to campus, everybody! We hope you all enjoyed the summer and are ready for another great semester. Make sure to check your email for these monthly newsletters to stay up-to-date on important events, news and dates.

The University of Missouri's Cambio Center leads research and outreach on Latinos and changing communities.

What you'll find in this newsletter:

  • Cena de Bienvenida (Welcome Dinner)
  • Save the Date: 2019 Cambio de Colores Conference
  • Annual Heritage Festival and Craft Show
  • Interactive Theatre Troupe Auditions 
  • Upcoming Webinars 
Look Out for These Events!
Whether your new to Mizzou, or returning, we'd love to see you at the Welcome Dinner on Friday, Sept. 14, at 6 p.m. at The Shack in the MU Student Center. Please RSVP to muvozlatina@missouri.edu with how many people are in your party. 
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Save the Date: 2019 Cambio de Colores Conference

18th Annual Conference: June 5 - 7, 2019, Columbia, Missouri

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Cumbia Workshop at the Annual Heritage Festival and Craft Show!
Join Grupo Atlantico for a fun, educational Cumbia workshop on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at 1 p.m. on the Maplewood Barn stage. The festival is from September 15-16, and admission is FREE. Invite your friends and family to celebrate your culture with dance, music and food!
Location: Nifong Park - 3700 Ponderosa, Columbia, MO 
More information: 573-874-7460
Theatre Auditions
Are you interested in theatre? Check out the information below on the Interactive Theatre Troupe Auditions on Thursday, Sept. 13 from 5 - 7 p.m. Contact Ian Downes at imdgn4@mail.missouri.edu for any questions. 
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Upcoming Webinars

The Immigrant Learning Center: 
Join experts in social work, psychology, advocacy and education for the free, interactive webinar Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma on Tuesday, September 18, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. EDT. This free webinar will uncover the hidden public health crisis facing immigrants of all kinds and dive deeply into ways that can improve immigrants' lives and allow them to achieve their full potential in uncertain, perilous times. Registehere!
 

The Welcoming Economies Global Network: 
What are some effective strategies for forming partnerships between immigrant inclusion and economic development players? How should immigrant service providers prepare for productive conversations with their local Chamber of Commerce? This webinar, on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 2:00 p.m. EDT, will guide participants through a messaging and strategy framework to develop a plan along with talking points for future collaborations. Register here!

 

 
 

 

 

Support Student Research through the Cambio Center Research Fund
The Cambio Center Research Fund is used to support graduate student research on Latinos and immigrants. As friends of the Cambio Center know, the research agenda of the Cambio Center focuses on applied research designed to improve community well-being by better understanding and supporting the integration of newcomers and immigrants. Students work in partnership with an expert faculty member during a semester, with clear goals for outputs and results. All funds raised will go directly towards supporting the research efforts of these students.

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You can support Cambio Center's work by making contributions to the Cambio Center Research Fund.
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