CCSRE Graduate Teaching Fellowship

21-22 Teaching Fellows cohort from left to right, Néstor L. Silva, Rebecca Gleit, Cynthia Garcia, and Kerem Ussakli

21-22 Teaching Fellows cohort from left to right, Néstor L. Silva, Rebecca Gleit, Cynthia Garcia, and Kerem Ussakli / Photo by Heidi M. López

The Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) promotes teaching and research about race, ethnicity, and justice from transnational and comparative perspectives. CCSRE will be offering three fellowship roles in the 2023-24 academic year: CCSRE Teaching Fellow, Senior Seminar Coordinator, and Community Engagement Fellow. More information about CSRE's teaching mission is available on the undergraduate program's home page.

We are now accepting applications for the CCSRE Graduate Teaching Fellowship for AY 2024-25. 

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

Application Deadline: Friday, February 16, 2024 by 5pm.

CCSRE Graduate Teaching Fellowship Application Information

CCSRE Graduate Teaching Fellowship Application Form

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) 

Meet the People

Sophie Allen
Community Engagement Fellow