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Roberto Arguedas

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Graduate Alumnus

Born in Costa Rica, I attended the University of Pennsylvania for my undergraduate degree in European history. Subsequently, I enlisted in the Marine Corps and served four years in the infantry before being honorably discharged as a sergeant. I obtained an MAT at Emory University in 2009 and taught social studies at a Dekalb County public school. Project area: US/Latin American relationships with an emphasis on Costa Rica in the 20th century.

Of note:

Carl Vipperman Teaching Assistantship Award, UGA History Department, 2012

Events featuring Roberto Arguedas
Virtual, via Zoom

Roberto Arguedas will defend his Master's thesis, "The Change in Perceptions of Corruption in the Post Civil War Period in Costa Rica", with his thesis committee. The Major Professor is Dr. Reinaldo Román. The university community is invited. If you wish to attend please contact the graduate program office

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