The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Miami works to integrate the energies, ideas, and experiences of scholars, students, and other individuals who share a common while diverse interest in Latin America and the Caribbean—the region’s peoples, societies, environments, and global connections. The Center for Latin American Studies fosters cutting-edge knowledge, dialogue, cooperation, innovative education, and civic engagement. With more than 230 faculty members from all disciplines and professional schools working on Latin America and the Caribbean, the University of Miami offers a wide array of courses, research opportunities, internships, and training at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels.
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The Miami Consortium for Latin American and Caribbean Studies is a partnership between the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Miami and the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University. The Miami Consortium spearheads research, expands and strengthens international linkages throughout the hemisphere, and supports cultural and academic exchange. It also promotes outreach, training, and networking for a broad community of scholars, K-12 educators, journalists, government officials, and the business sector. Designated as a US Department of Education National Resource Center on Latin America, the Miami Consortium is recognized as one of the nation’s top institutions for the study of Latin America and the Caribbean.