International Migration: Trends and Perspectives

Project director and goal of this project

International Migration: Trends and Perspectives® (IMTP) is a digital content hub on migration issues. The project was created by Dr. Margarita Rodriguez for educational purposes and is directed by her.

Dr. Rodriguez is an expert in international migration, transnationalism and global issues. She has taught and/or conducted research in several universities, including the departments of Sociology at Princeton University and at the University of Miami and departments of International Studies, International Relations and Latin American and Latino/a Studies.

The teaching portfolio of professor Rodriguez includes a wide range of graduate and undergraduate courses on international migration and other subjects.

She has published three books, one as a single author and two as co-editor and has worked as a consultant or in collaboration with several institutions in the United States, Latin America, and Spain.

Team Members

Heidi Savabi, Wenyuan Wu and Hannah Carriere Romig worked as editors of the Magazine and research assistants. Melanie C. Goergmaier, a contributor to the Magazine, and Randy Salazar worked in the area of research.

Webmaster: Juan Sanchez Molina.

Previous webmasters have included Kateryna Gontaruk, Danays Hechevarria, Vincent Luo, and Jose Ulloa.

Margarita Rodríguez, Ph.D.
IMTP Project Creator and Director