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The Cambio Center has recently updated its website. Please let us know what you think and if you have any troubles while navigating around! Contact the Cambio Center.

Mizzou's Latin@ Heritage Celebration calendar of events is available. This is a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15).
The August Newsletter has updates from Fellows, some upcoming activities, and much more.

happy mainIllumination magazine explores change in Milan, Missouri, and the Cambio Center's contributions.

The nation’s metropolitan areas have long traditions of receiving immigrants, but it’s a new experience for Milan and other rural Midwestern towns, says MU’s Stephen Jeanetta, associate extension professor in rural sociology. Jeanetta ticks off a laundry list of challenges...

Alianzas highlights the Cambio de Colores conference in its newsletter.

2015 Conference: Shaping the Future: Leadership for Inclusive Communities

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The 2015 conference was an exciting gathering of practitioners, researchers, educators, community members, students, and other professionals from across the Midwest and the United States.This energetic annual meeting of people working on immigrant integration continues to grow and foster new ideas through the exchanges of research and best practices across many fields.

See Cambio Center's May 2015 Newsletter, where we welcome new Fellows, share info about our Language Services Program translation services, and get updates from Fellows.

In early 2015, the Immigrant Integration & Sustainable Rural Development: Linking Receiving and Newcomer Communities project completed a survey of 240+ households that marked end of the four-year mixed methods research project in three rural Missouri communities. See some of the project's publications.

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