Fellowship Programs

PLAS cultivates a thriving community of respected visiting scholars, who join us in advancing the study of Latin America and the Caribbean each year. Our fellows not only enrich campus dialogue about the region. They shed new light both in the classroom and through special events open to the broader campus community. While here, they are also supported in pursuing research of their own design, enjoying hands-on access to Princeton’s vast resources and collaborating with our faculty.

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PLAS Fellowship

PLAS provides our fellows with unparalleled access to one of the nation’s oldest and most well-known programs in Latin American studies.

Other Princeton Fellowships

These are just a few other fellowship opportunities available at the University. For a full listing of faculty and academic professional positions please refer to the AHIRE system.

Dissertation Completion Fellowship

PLAS provides dissertation completion fellowships for advanced graduate students in Latin American studies.

Lassen Fellowship

PLAS awards five to six Lassen Fellowships in Latin American Studies annually to outstanding first-year graduate students nominated by their home department who have a demonstrated commitment to the study of Latin America. This prestigious fellowship covers full tuition and fees for the first year, a 12-month stipend, and a summer grant to support research in Latin America.