|The Harvard University Lemann Brazil Research Fund available to Harvard faculty is intended to foster collaboration between scholars and to support research projects focused on current issues facing Brazil, including the COVID-19 pandemic. |
Lemann Brazil Research Fund Request for Proposals (deadline: Jan 25, 2021) Harvard faculty should also be aware of upcoming DRCLAS funding opportunities:DRCLAS Brazil Research Grants (deadline: Feb 10, 2021)DRCLAS Brazil Events-Based Grants (deadline: Feb 10, 2021)
Student-Specific Opportunity Deadlines
Nov 30: Lemann Program on Creativity and Entrepreneurship
Feb 10: Brazil Research Grant & Brazil Cities Research Grant
Brazil Research Grants are awarded to Harvard graduate students for research on and in Brazil. The grant is open to both PhD and master’s students with priority given to PhD students. PhD students may apply at any stage of their graduate program – from preliminary research to dissertation completion. Master’s students must apply with research that leads to a master’s thesis and take place over a minimum of six weeks.
Rolling: DRCLAS Independent Experience Stipend
The Independent Experience Stipend is a pilot program which aims to encourage and aid currently-enrolled Harvard students interested in pursuing substantive professional experiences related to Latin America and the Caribbean with underrepresented organizations, remotely.
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