Terms and Dates:

  • Academic Year 2024-25


Luke Urbain


Opportunity Description

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) program invites graduate students in March each year to apply to become a LACS Graduate Fellow for the next academic year. Fellowships are competitive and provide an opportunity for a select number of graduate students to engage with a broad, interdisciplinary community dedicated to the study of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Graduate Fellows participate actively in the Latin American and Caribbean Studies program, organizing and attending the seminar series around themes, organizing at least one event that promotes interactions between undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty, as well as collaboration across disciplines.  Events include a workshop around a specific theme, a roundtable on recent events, short film series, or the annual LACS February Research Symposium Each fellow identifies and invites one speaker for the LACS Seminar SeriesFor more information or to request the manual application form please write the LACS Program Manager at