Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies Program

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Here you will find an easy way to acess grant applications. If you have further questions about these grants or other funding, please visit our Funding Opportunities page.


Grants for FACULTY


Tinker Visiting Professorship: Faculty may apply for funds to bring a Tinker Visiting Professor to their department for one semester. Visit Grant Page


Nave Visiting Scholars and Artists Grant: In special circumstances when an opportunity arises suddenly, faculty may apply to the LACIS Director for fast track funding. Apply Here 


Faculty Travel GrantThese grants are intended to promote faculty participation in professional meetings and to advance professional exchange and the dissemination of Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies research. Apply Here 




LACIS Internship Grant: Undergraduate students (from any major or discipline -- with preference given to declared LACIS majors) can receive one-time funds for internships or volunteer programs in Latin America, the Caribbean, the Iberian Peninsula.  Domestic programs will be considered if the work is related to the LACIS field of study. Deadline for spring/summer 2017: April 7th, 2017. Apply Here 





Tinker-Nave Field Research Grants: support graduate students who wish to pursue short-term research in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Iberian Peninsula. All graduate students in all departments at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are eligible. There are no citizenship restrictions. (Summer 2017 Applications DUE Friday, March 3, 2017). Apply Here 


The Helen Firstbrook Franklin Scholarship Program (HFFS): enables top entering graduate students with Latin American, Caribbean, or Iberian commitments to focus on their studies during their first academic year at the University of Wisconsin. Apply Here





Nave Visiting Scholars and Artists Program: We offer small grants through our Nave Visiting Scholars and Artists Fund that are designed to bring distinguished scholars, artists, public figures, or activists specializing in Latin American, the Caribbean, Spain or Portugal to the UW Madison campus for short visits. Apply Here