Felicidades to our Field Research Grant Winners

CLACS logoEach year, graduate students from CLACS and from across NYU apply for competitive grants to do research in Latin America towards Masters and PhD projects. Most of the grants awarded this year were made possible by the Tinker Foundation. A big congratulations to NYU graduate students who received field research grants!

Most students will be do their research this summer, and will be traveling to countries including Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Guatemala, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, and Spain. They will be posting about their experiences here on the CLACS blog – make sure to check back often to follow their progress.

2012 Grantees
Catalina Arango-Correa, Samantha Balaban, Tatiana Bessarabova, Rebecca Bintrim, David J Bowker, Isabel Cadenas Cañón, Leani Garcia, Claudia Garriga López, Tiana Bakic Hayden, Daniel Howell, Brett Lazer, Kevin McLoughlin, Wendi Muse, Stephanie Noach, Kristi Philips, Maria Rocio Pichon Riviere, Irma  Robles Moreno, Amanda Tollefson, Emmanuel Valeyos, and Robin Whitney.

2012 FLAS Fellowship Recipients
Emily Thompson, Kelly Stetter, Anthony Andersson, Jennifer Lila Trowbridge, Nathalie Bragadir, Daniel Howell (shared award with UCLA), and Charlie Uruchima (shared award with University of New Mexico).

Felicidades grantees!

Visit the CLACS website to learn more about Tinker field research grants and FLAS Fellowships. Read about past student research projects here on the CLACS blog.

Published by Von Diaz

Von Diaz is a writer and radio producer based in New York City. She is a self-taught cook who explores Puerto Rican food, culture, and identity through memoir and multimedia. Her work has been featured on NPR, American Public Media, StoryCorps, WNYC, PRI’s The World, BuzzFeed, Colorlines, and Feet in 2 Worlds.

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