$2000 Award with LatinX Studies Experiential Learning Fellowship

This LatinX Studies Experiential Learning Fellowship is to support the processing of documentation of the Rama Project recovered in 2022 in a garage in Eugene, and complete the documentation and archiving of the early years of the project (1986-1987). The student would work in collaboration with Dr. Grinevald.

Fellow would assist in cataloguing the materials and preparing them for archiving following archival best practices. No prior experience in linguistics nor fluency in Spanish is necessary. We do need for the fellow to be willing to explore the technology needed to access obsolete recording and digital storage formats.

Hours required: 125 hours over the spring 2023 quarter, with schedule designed around the fellow’s availability

Fellowship award: $2000

Location: materials based in an office of the Language Revitalization Laboratory in Straub Hall 261.

To apply, email letter of interest and resume to gperezb4@uoregon.edu with cc to

Funding for Graduate Student Research

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CLLAS Undergraduate Award

Please consider submitting coursework for the CLLAS Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Project in Latinx and Latin American Issues! We plan to give four awards – of $400 each – to reward, recognize, and showcase excellent student work that focuses on Latinx & Latin American-related issues. Students can submit their own work for consideration, or faculty can nominate students.

Submit your thesis, research paper, capstone project, STEM project, or creative work such as a film, painting, fictional work, sculpture, performance, etc., by April 7th, 2023!

CLLAS Undergraduate Award

GUEST SPEAKER EVENT on Wednesday, 10/19

Please save the date for this exciting in-person event on Wednesday, October 19th, 12-2 pm in the EMU Cedar Room. Lunch will be provided!

Congratulation to CLLAS Director and Board Member!

We would like to congratulate Christopher Chavez, CLLAS Director, for winning the Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Research Award!

We also would like to congratulate Lynn Stephen, CLLAS Executive Board Member, for winning the Outstanding Career Award!



Upcoming Events

5/3, 330-430pm, JFI Fellows Talk: Quechua women’s home gardens and climate change adaptation labor Peruvian Cordillera Blanca, Location TBD

5/11, 2-3pm, Graduate Student Research Presentation: Body Mapping: A decolonial method towards intergenerational healing, Location on Zoom

6/1: Undergraduate Awards Ceremony, 4pm, location: TBD