Fellowships and Grants
IAC Visiting Research Scholar Program in Ethnic Studies
IAC Visiting Research Scholars receive up to a 9-month academic-year award of up to $35,000. Visiting scholars will be paid through their home institution and will be expected to continue their health benefits through that source as well. Awardees may also receive up to $4,000 in research support (through reimbursements of research expenses). In the event that an award is for less than the 9-month appointment, the funding will be prorated in accordance with the actual length of the award. UCLA faculty are ineligible.
More information and the application are available here.
IAC Research Grant Program for UCLA Faculty and Graduate Students
The Research Grant Program is on a reimbursement basis only and is exclusively for UCLA faculty, students, and staff. IAC visiting researchers and scholars may also receive grant funds. Ordinarily, faculty projects will be funded for no more than $10,000 and graduate student projects for no more than $7,000. Funds for the purchase of permanent equipment will be provided only under exceptional circumstances. Conference travel, whether the applicant is presenting or attending, is ineligible.
As a supplement to the IAC grant program, the Chicano Studies Research Center is able to offer two student research awards of $2,500 from the Tamar Diana Wilson Fund. These awards are used to conduct original research projects in the United States, Mexico and Central America on urban poverty and poverty alleviation as they apply to Latinos and Mexican and Central American indigenous populations.
IUPLR/UIC Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Program
The CSRC is one of six designated research centers that participates in the IUPLR/UIC Mellon Fellowship Program. The program supports doctoral students in the humanities who are writing dissertations in Latina/o studies. Doctoral students in the social sciences whose research uses humanities methods may also be considered. The fellowship facilitates completion of the dissertation and provides professional development, writing support, and mentoring from faculty members in Latino Studies. The fellowship includes a $25,000 stipend, participation in an intensive summer institute in Chicago, and professionalization and writing workshops and programs.
More information is available here.