Supports on-site research on Mexico, Central or South America, the Caribbean, or the Latino/a presence in the United States.
Grants and Fellowships
National and Institutional Grants
For more information, visit the Office of Student Fellowships and Research.
Support academic year undergraduate research and travel in all disciplines.
Support faculty-mentored student research expenses such as travel, books, or equipment.
These grant awards are designed to conduct study and/or research in one country for an academic year, providing round-trip transportation, book and research allowances, maintenance, supplemental health coverage, and language or orientation courses. These grants are a great opportunity to create long-lasting connections with scholars in Spanish-speaking countries for in-depth research. A great foundation for future graduate or professional studies.
Grantees are placed in schools or universities from countries other than the United States, to teach English, get involved in community work, gain from intensive cultural interaction, and increase language skills and knowledge of the host country. Grants provide round-trip transportation, maintenance, tuition assistance, supplemental health coverage, and language or orientation programs, where appropriate.
Spanish Programs Beyond Bowdoin
The program at Bowdoin also has several long-term relationships with other institutions that provide various opportunities for Hispanic studies students.
Offered by Spain's Ministry of Education, includes over 2,000 grants for North Americans to serve as language and culture assistants at academic institutions in Spain.
The Hispanic Studies Program has a long-term relationship with this prestigious university in Bogotá, Colombia, where opportunities for faculty collaboration, graduate work, and student support are open. Teaching fellows for the department often come from this university.
The Hispanic Studies Program has a long-term relationship with this prestigious university in Catalonia, Spain, where opportunities for faculty collaboration, graduate work, and student support are open. Some of Bowdoin's teaching fellows come from this university.