Julian Samora Research Institute
MSU's Julian Samora Research Institute (JSRI), in the College of Social Science, is committed to serving the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest through research on the social, economic, educational, and political condition of these communities. The Institute is involved in:
- Conducting research and transmitting the research findings to academic institutions, government officials, community leaders, and private sector executives;
- Disseminating knowledge through publications, seminars, workshops, and private consultation;
- Providing technical expertise and support to Latino communities for developing policy responses to local problems; and
- Developing Hispanic human capital through leadership development, empowerment, and education.
Current research/outreach initiatives target the needs of the Hispanic community in the areas of economic development, education, and families and neighborhoods. JSRI publishes several reports and papers on recent research, as well as produces the NEXO Newsletter, the official newsletter of the Institute and an assortment of books. The Institute's Web site contains information on employment, events in lower Michigan, Latino News, and profiles on companies and institutions who serve the Latino communities. The Institute, in collaboration with MSU Libraries' Special Collections, also has a Virtual Collection with audio and video, publications, and photos of Dr. Julian Samora.
219 South Harrison Road, Room 93, East Lansing, MI 48824
Policy makers and government officials; companies and institutions who serve Latino communities; private sector executives; community leaders; academic institutions
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