CCSRE Graduate Fellowship

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 Graduate Fellowship (CCSRE-GF) for outstanding doctoral students newly admitted to a department at Stanford who are interested in the study of the meanings, processes, and consequences of race, ethnicity, and inequality. The Fellowship provides the opportunity to meet on a regular basis with faculty members, graduate students, and other scholars on campus who comprise CCSRE's interdisciplinary community.

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Meet the People

Evelyn Fernandez-Lizarraga
Department of Linguistics
Art & Art History
Department of Anthropology
Leslie Patricia Luqueño
Graduate School of Education
Graduate School of Education