Clinica de Migrantes - Film Screening & Discussion

Penn Nursing Science
Join us for a special film screening & student panel discussion of Clinica de Migrantes: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
Puentes de Salud is a volunteer-run clinic that provides free medical care to undocumented immigrants in south Philadelphia. Here, doctors and nurses work for free to serve people who would otherwise fall through the cracks.Clinica de Migrantes, a potent film by Maxim Pozdorovkin, follows the workers and patients of Puentes through months of routine care and growth. Along the way, the film puts a face to the millions of people who exist on the margins of society: people displaced from their homelands, separated from their families, unfamiliar with the customs, unable to obtain health insurance and terrified to come forward to seek medical help.
Along with revealing these patient stories, Clinica is also a look at the heroic doctors and nurses who work pro bono to ensure these people receive care, offering a deeply moving look at the limitlesspotential of humanity.
Monday, March 27, 4:00 pm
Claire M. Fagin Hall, Auditorium
RSVP by March 22 - light refreshments will be provided

Collaborating with Mexico’s National Institute of Public Health (INSP)

Penn Nursing Science
Join us for a conversation/workshop with the Academic Dean of Mexico’s National Institute of Public Health (INSP), Laura Magaña Valladares, PhD, Penn Nursing’s 2017 Soad Hussein Hassan Visiting Global Scholar.
Dr. Magaña Valladares will lead a discussion on educational and research activities that she and her colleagues hope to explore with the Penn community.
Monday, March 13
3:00 to 5:00pm
Claire M. Fagin Hall, Room 216
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Ricardo Salinas Foundation Scholarship

Aspen Institute 
The Ricardo Salinas Foundation Scholarship at the Aspen Institute is awarded to Latino/as and Latin Americans, who hold or are pursuing an undergraduate or post-graduate degree, who demonstrate leadership in their community or area of expertise.  For information on how to apply, please visit: 

Mini-grants for faculty and students -- History of Puerto Rican individuals and communities in the U.S.

Hunter College, SUNY 
The Center for Puerto Rican Studies and Research Partnership Program at Hunter College, SUNY in NYC offers a number of mini-grants for faculty and students that collect data, study and examine the history of Puerto Rican individuals and communities in the U.S.  Please see this link for more information: