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Embassy reception recognizes CHaSS connections with Peru

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has many ties to Peru that include research and volunteer work in the South American nation. That was the focus of a reception April 26 at the Embassy of Peru in Washington, D.C.

Dean Joe Ward and such professors as anthropologist Bonnie Glass-Coffin joined many CHaSS alumni, as well as Peruvian Ambassador Carlos Pareja and U.S. Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah).



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