Immigration, Health, and Security
The Immigration, Health, and Security Forum is focused on bringing researchers together to identify current research efforts and engage the broader community in interdisciplinary efforts in the areas of immigration, health, and security, with associated border issues such as, but not limited to, food-water-energy security, trade and commerce, human-animal-crop health, financial impacts, education and workforce implications, and environmental impacts.
- Gerianne Alexander, College of Liberal Arts
- Jack G. Baldauf, College of Geosciences
- Rafael Lara-Alecio, College of Education & Human Development
- Huyen Pham, Texas A&M University School of Law
- Lori L. Taylor, The Bush School of Government & Public Service
For more information, contact:
Shannon Eyre, administrative coordinator, Division of Research
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