Immigrant Well-Being Research Center | College of Arts and Sciences | University of South Florida

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IW Scholar Collaborative

Im/migrant well-being: A nexus for research & policy conference. In this picture, the co-founders of the collaborative are shown: Dr. Liza Aranda and Dr. Eli Vaquera.

The Im/migrant Well-Being Research Center at USF has partnered with the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute at GWU to create the Im/migrant Well-Being Scholar Collaborative, a collective of scholars who believe in the power of empirical research to make a positive impact in the lives of im/migrants.

Internship Opportunity

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USF students will have the opportunity help a person in need of practicing English by joining English conversation practice and tutoring sessions for internship credit or community service. Contact us and a staff member of the IWRC will be in touch!

Research Projects

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By sharing the insights from research findings of projects such as The Immigrant Youth Project and The Puerto Rican Post-Disaster Migration Project our researchers seek to contribute to the well-being of migrants in our communities.