Forty university students from across Latin America visited Brown University recently as part of the Botín Scholars program.
This was the second annual cohort of Botín Scholars taking part in a multi-week program that networks students committed to public service and reform of civic organizations in Latin America. The program is led by Fundación Marcelino Botín in association with the Watson Institute and Brown's Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
After their week of study on campus, which included talks by Brown faculty and leadership- and team-building exercises, the Botín Scholars traveled to Europe, where they also spent several weeks engaging in sessions with academics and policymakers.
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