The priorities of faculty members and fellows greatly influence the focus of the work at the Center. Many research findings are integrated into the classroom curricula and provide students with practical field experience. In addition, the cross-disciplinary USMEX Research Associates help to identify new opportunities while maintaining awareness of existing projects.
The Initiative addresses the critical need for reliable information and analysis, constructive dialogue and well-informed public policy decisions to advance California’s ties to Mexico, particularly its neighboring states of Baja California and Baja California Sur.
The Atlas is a geographic information system (GIS) for the visualization, consultation and downloading of health related thematic maps and cartography generated and assembled by the Center.
A selection of papers from current and former Visiting Scholars and other affiliates may be found via the e-Scholarship Repository.
USMEX has published more than 150 titles. Its peer-reviewed monographs and anthologies meet the highest academic standards and continue to make a substantial intellectual contribution to literature on Mexico.
USMEX has created a network of fellows from across the University of California campuses as well as at leading institutions and universities in Mexico.