Associate Professor of Anthropology Nora Haenn looks at Mexican migration to the United States. She focuses her research on those who stay behind. In the classroom at NC State, Haenn fosters a culture of intellectual openness that encourages students to think for themselves. This video was produced by students of COM 437 – Advanced Digital Video – in the Department of Communication.
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