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Tony Lucero moderates panel on why Indigenous students should think about international affairs

September 22, 2020

Last week on Sept. 17, Tony Lucero, chair and associate professor of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, led a panel discussion hosted by the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA), for Indigenous students to think about how they could make a difference in the field of international affairs.

The panel of speakers who also their pathways to international careers included Jean Dennison, Co-Director, Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies at the University of Washington (Osage Nation), as well as a former US Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council (Cherokee Nation), and an assistant professor of Bio-behavioral Health and Population Sciences, University of Missouri School of Medicine (Cherokee Nation).


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