Funding

Applications due April 12, 2019  4:00pm.  Awards will be announced in May.

The Chicano Studies Institute invites proposals for faculty research projects that will enhance research activity bearing directly on CSI's mission to generate new knowledge about the Chicano/Latino population.  

Applications due April 12, 2019  4:00 PM.  Awards will be announced in May


The Chicano Studies Institute invites graduate students engaged in research addressing topics related to the Latino population in the United States to apply for Dissertation Awards of up to $3,000 to be used towards the completion of dissertation project work.  

Searching for sources to fund your graduate research projects. Our free Graduate Funding Opportunities Workshop will help you to search for and identify sources that are searching for you! (Click thru for registration link)

We are looking for Graduate and Undergraduate Mentors to work with United Ways Fun in the Sun Program Counselors in Training.  They will provide a workshop on public advocacy around issues of language and social justice at UCSB.  The workshop will be held at UCSB on 6/12/19.  Those selected will receive a Graduate or Undergraduate stipend.  Deadline to apply is 6/14/19, 2:00 PM.  Application link: https://forms.gle/LJeQEXNDDvvA2MDU7

Interested in contributing to our Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) mission to promote underrepresented minority student success? Join this collaborative effort!  Assessment has become an increasingly central element in Student Affairs practice. Graduate students can help student services units assess their goals in serving the needs of vulnerable student populations.

Assessment has become an increasingly central element in Student Affairs practice. Graduate students can help student services units assess their goals in serving the needs of vulnerable student populations.