External Funding Opportunities
Graduate, Post-Doc, and Early Career Funding
- The César Chávez Fellowships support scholars whose research addresses aspects of Latinx experience and culture.
- The Chancellor's Postdoctoral Research Associate Program provides junior scholars the opportunity to spend a year at the Department of Latina/Latino Studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to pursue their current research and to engage with academic peers and students at the University of Illinois.
- The Latino Museum Studies Program (LMSP) Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships support independent scholars with opportunities to conduct research at various Smithsonian museums and research centers. Projects should relate to the U.S. Latino experience, ensuring that the contributions of the Latina/o/x community in the arts, history, national culture, and scientific achievement are explored, presented, celebrated and preserved.
- The Department of Mexican American & Latina/o Studies offers postdoctoral opportunities to Latino Studies scholars through the Center for Mexican American Studies and the Latino Research Institute.
- The Latinx Project at NYU announces its third Miriam Jiménez Román Fellowship for advanced doctoral students and assistant professors whose research advances the study of Afro-Latinx communities in the U.S. The fellowship is open to all fields.