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Latin American Studies Professor Works to
Rebuild El Salvador

Hector Lindo-Fuentes’ home may be in the United States, but in many ways, his heart is still in El Salvador. It is there that Lindo-Fuentes, Ph.D., professor of history and Latin American studies, was born and raised.
MAnd it is there that he’s invested countless hours to help rebuild its educational system, after the country emerged from a 12-year-long civil war in 1992, as a past member and president of the seven-member national commission for accreditation of higher education institutions.


Professor Tracks Youth Activism in the
Post-Communist Region

On Christmas day 1991, in a small industrial town in Ukraine, Olena Nikolayenko watched an announcement on television that Mikhail Gorbachev, the leader of the Soviet Union, had resigned.
MFrom that moment on, life changed for the teenager.


Theology Professor Examines the Meanings
of Water in a Global Economy

How do we think about water? How do we value water? And what do these questions mean in an era of economic globalization?
MThese are the motivating inquiries guiding the research of Christiana Peppard, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology and science.



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