Bertha Bermúdez Tapia’s important work at the U.S.-Mexico border was highlighted in A&S Magazine!

Feb. 12, 2021


Our grad students are up to big things! Check out some recent accomplishments

Jan. 5, 2021

Dan Simon received a Graduate Student Award ($1,000) from CARTSS in support of his dissertation research. Cograts Dan! Melissa Villarreal and Bertha Bermudez Tapia received 2021 Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant awards! Congratulations Melissa and Bertha!! Hillary Steinberg completed the Certificate in College Teaching through the Center for Teaching and...


Graduate student, Bertha Bermúdez Tapia, co-authored new article

Nov. 20, 2020

Elisabeth Dowling Root, Jane Menken, Bertha Bermúdez Tapia , Alan Zarychta, Tara Grillos, and Krister Andersson's article "Organizations matter in local governance: evidence from health sector", was published in Health Policy and Planning


Bertha Alicia Bermúdez Tapia successfully defended her dissertation proposal

Oct. 30, 2020

Bertha Alicia Bermúdez Tapia successfully defended her dissertation proposal: "Violence, restriction of asylum, and deportation: "Two immigration policies designed to deter movement at the U.S.-Mexico border." Congrats Bertha!


Grad students and Lori Peek create training module on Conducting Emotionally Challenging Research

Oct. 8, 2020

Bertha Alicia Bermudez Tapia, Tracy Fehr, Skye Niles, Candace Evans, Rachel Adams, and Lori Peek developed and released a new NSF-funded CONVERGE Training Module on the topic of Conducting Emotionally Challenging Research. You can view the free, online module at: Also, please see the following Center News release with...