Learn from the experts! Faculty and graduate students who have recently won grants and fellowships discuss the application process and share their tips for a successful application. This roundtable discussion takes place Wednesday, October 22, 2014, 4:00-6:00pm, in the Charles E. Merrill Lounge. Reservations are recommended, but not necessary.
Sylvanna Falcón, Assistant Professor, Latin American and Latino Studies, Woodrow Wilson Career Enhancement for Junior Faculty Fellow, 2013-14
Claudia M. Lopez, PhD candidate, Sociology, University of California Chancellor’s Graduate Teaching Fellowship, 2014-15, and Social Science Research Council Dissertation Proposal Development Fellow, 2011-12
Edward Noel Smyth, PhD candidate, History, Atlantic History Research Grant recipient, Harvard University, 2013-14, UC Santa Cruz Institute for Humanities Dissertation Year Fellow, 2013-14, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Research Fellow, Huntington Library, 2012-13, Global Gulf South Research Fellow, New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, Tulane University, 2012-13, Phillips Fund Grant for Native American Research recipient, American Philosophical Society, 2011
Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, PhD candidate, Sociology, University of California President’s Dissertation-Year Fellow, 2014-15, and University of California Center for New Racial Studies Grant recipient, 2013-14
To read the speakers’ successful project statements and other application materials, please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by October 20, 2014.
The Chicano Latino Research Center is proud to cosponsor this free, public event with the Division of Graduate Studies.