APPLYING TO THE MA AND PHD PROGRAMS

The University of Connecticut-Storrs is located on a beautiful, tree-lined campus in northeastern Connecticut. The nearby state capital, Hartford, is home to vibrant Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino communities and provides ample opportunity for cultural and political activities. An easy drive to both Boston and New York City, UConn’s ideal location permits students access to the ease of a New England setting and the bustle of major urban centers.

Graduate Program in History

Graduate Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR LATIN AMERICAN/LATINO HISTORY

Hugh Hamill Fund

Grad School Fellowships

Robert G. Mead, Jr. Fellowship - Awarded by the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies to the outstanding first year MA student specializing in Latin America.

Nathan Whetten Fellowship - Awarded by the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies to the outstanding doctoral candidate preparing a dissertation on Latin America.

Latin American Research and Conference Travel Fellowships - Awarded by the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies