CCSRE Emerging Scholars

21-22 CCSRE Grad Fellows cohort from left to right, Marco Antonio Flores, Leslie Patricia Luqueño, and Alexandros Avila Orphanides

21-22 CCSRE Grad Fellows cohort from left to right, Marco Antonio Flores, Leslie Patricia Luqueño, and Alexandros Avila Orphanides / Photo by Heidi M. López

With the support of the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education (VPGE), the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) offers a three-year Emerging Scholars Graduate Fellowship (CCSRE-ES) for outstanding doctoral students newly admitted to a department at Stanford who research the meanings, processes, and consequences of race, ethnicity, and inequality.

This fellowship for emerging scholars provides fellows the opportunity to meet on a regular basis with faculty members, graduate students, and other scholars on campus who comprise CCSRE's interdisciplinary community.

Nominations for CCSRE Emerging Scholars Graduate Fellowship for AY 2024-2027 are now open. The deadline to submit nominations has been extended to Monday, February 26, 2024 by 12pm.

Nominations of students from all backgrounds are welcome. The criteria for selection for the Emerging Scholars Graduate Fellowships are race-neutral, and all evaluations will be undertaken in conformance with the Supreme Court's June 2023 decision in SFFA v. Harvard / UNC. 

Nomination Information

Nomination Form Submission Instructions

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Dr. Bridget Algee-Hewitt, Senior Associate Director of the Research Institute, bridgeta [at] stanford.edu (bridgeta[at]stanford[dot]edu)

Raquel Navarro Calara, Admin. Associate and Academic Programs Coordinator, raquelnc [at] stanford.edu (raquelnc[at]stanford[dot]edu)