Molly Alper, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Spanish (2014), will travel to South America to do research on human trafficking, an issue she has been studying since her freshman year at Loyola. "I plan to research how governments and nonprofits can improve social services for victims of human trafficking," Alper said. "More specifically, I will be interviewing trafficking survivors about the reintegration process and how we can improve long-term services so that victims do not have to return to that life. I am looking forward to building a relationship between human trafficking organizations in the U.S. and South America. I also am looking forward to doing some hiking throughout Argentina."
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