LHU presents lecture ‘U.S.-Mexico Borderland’
LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University will host Eva Moya for a presentation on “U.S.-Mexico Borderland: Immigrant Challenges and Opportunities” at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14 in Price Auditorium on the campus of Lock Haven University.
Members of the campus local communities are welcome to attend the presentation to learn more about the complexity of the crisis on the southern border.
Moya is an associate professor of social work at The University of Texas at El Paso and her areas of research expertise include border health, bi-national social work, homelessness, intimate partner violence and the use of Photovoice. She is president-elect of the Association of Latina/Latino Social Work Educators (ALLSWE), a fellow of the Kellogg Fellow Leadership Alliance, served as director of the U.S. Section of the U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission and worked with Project Concern International.
As an expert on borderland health, and native of the El Paso, Texas — Ciudad Juarez, MX region, Moya is in a position to orient others on the current crisis on the southern border. She is the author of book chapters and more than 35 articles. Her most recent publication includes “Photovoice Participation and Empowerment for Research.”
For more information, contact Jennifer Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.