Marielos Arlen Marin
Ph. D. Candidate in Regional Planning, Fulbright-LASPAU Alumna
Marielos Arlen Marin is a Ph. D. Candidate in Regional Planning from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA, and Fulbright-LASPAU Alumna (2013-2015). She holds a master’s degree in Urban Planning and Land Management from the Rafael Landivar University in Guatemala and specializes in Land Policies in Latin America. She is an architect for the Central American University "José Simeón Cañas" (UCA), El Salvador. She works as a teacher associate for LARP and has been a research assistant for professor Elisabeth M. Hamin. Also, she is a faculty for the Online Education (EAD) at the Latin American and the Caribbean Program of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Simultaneously she is developing her doctoral dissertation where she aims to understand the Linkages between Resilience and Climate-Induced Migration in Developing Countries. Her topics of interest are: Cities and Climate Change, Adaptation, Resilience, Climate-Induced Migrations, Land Policies in Latin America, and Sustainable Cities.