LAII Awards Ph.D. Fellowships
May 3, 2013
The Latin American & Iberian Institute (LAII) is pleased to announce the recipients of the LAII's 2013-2014 Ph.D. Fellowships. Congratulations to:
- Corey Ragsdale (Anthropology)
- Margaret Watson (Anthropology)
- Gustavo Larach (Art History)
- Shawn Austin (History)
- Julian Dodson (History)
- Rebecca Ellis (History)
- Carson Emily Morris (History)
- Grant Burrier (Political Science)
- Michael Wolff (Political Science)
- Rachel Elizabeth Spaulding (Spanish & Portuguese)
As part of the LAII's mission to create a stimulating environment for the production and dissemination of knowledge of Latin America and Iberia at UNM, each spring the LAII Grants and Awards Committee - composed of LAII-affiliated faculty from across campus - awards ten Ph.D. fellowships to exemplary doctoral students whose scholarship focuses on Latin America. Award of a fellowship indicates the committee's strong confidence in a student's potential for excellence. The fellowship provides resident tuition and a stipend.
Visit the LAII's website for more information about Ph.D. Fellowships.