Monday, 03 December 2018 20:46

Alexia Constanza

Alexia Constanza recently graduated from James Madison University where she received a B.A. degree in technical communication and creative writing. She is a bachata dance enthusiast and multimedia guru who is passionate about Hispanic culture, writing, and video production. During her time as an undergraduate, she contributed digital and print materials to a blog, non-profit organization, and national magazine. This summer, she will conduct research to uncover over 400 years of Hispanic history.

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Monday, 03 December 2018 15:49

Elisa Cedillos

Studying geography was one of the best decisions I made because it is interdisciplinary. The knowledge I have gained has enriched my travels across the Southwest and even abroad. I am so excited to be part of this internship program, because I am learning from people who are the best of the best GIS “Gurus”.

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Thursday, 29 November 2018 12:20

Gianna Sanchez

Gianna is a graduate student who just finished her Master’s degree in history at the University of New Mexico. She will begin her Ph.D. in history with the University of Michigan this fall. Gianna is interested in healthcare and reproduction in the West, museum education and interpretation, and video games as an educational tool. Her LHIP internship for the National Trails Intermountain Regional Office will be working on the “Sharing our History: Hispanic Legacies of Route 66” interpretation project.

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