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Graduate Scholars in Residence Program

The Graduate Scholars in Residence Program, established in 1998, is a program aimed at fostering a vibrant intellectual community among Chicano/Latino students at Stanford. It provides graduate students from various disciplines with an excellent venue to meet one another and exchange ideas.  The program is also designed to identify graduate student mentors for Stanford undergraduates.  Each year, El Centro Chicano provides four doctoral students with a stipend and office space for the entire academic year.  In exchange, the Graduate Scholars are expected to spend time in their office space, give one research presentation and take part in an event aimed at encouraging undergraduates to pursue graduate studies.  For more information, please contact Margaret Sena.

2014-15 Graduate Scholars

Luz Minerva Jiménez-Ruvalcaba

Program in Modern Thought and Literature

Jesus Evaristo Madrid

Department of Neuroscience

Eduardo Muñoz-Muñoz

Graduate School of Education

Vanessa Seals

Department of English 

Maribel Santiago

Graduate School of Education

Casey Nichols

Department of History