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    Latina/o Scholarships at HTIC Member Institutions


    Fuller Theological Seminary

    • George Gay Memorial Grant. Recipient of this grant must be a US citizen of Hispanic descent, who intends to minister to Hispanics through teaching.
    • Everett Harrison Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to PhD students in the New Testament Studies concentration.
    • Hispanic Theological Institute. Requirements are determined by the Hispanic Church Studies Program.
    • Israel Rosales Hispanic Ministries Scholarship. Recipients of this scholarship must be of Hispanic descent and a returning student in the Hispanic Ministries Church Studies Department. The student must also plan to work with Hispanic communities in the United States with preference given to those students who plan to remain in the greater Los Angeles area.

    Southern Methodist University

    • Fellowship in Latino/a Christianity and Religions. The Graduate Program in Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University, in cooperation with the Center for the Study of Latino/a Christianity and Religions at Perkins School of Theology, offers a doctoral fellowship in Latino/a Christianity and Religions for a PhD student entering the program in the fall of 2008. The fellowship, supported in part by a grant to the Center from the Henry Luce Foundation, will carry an annual stipend of $16,000.00 in addition to a waiver for the full amount of tuition and fees. It is renewable annually for two additional years beyond the 2008-09 academic year, assuming satisfactory progress toward the degree. A regular dissertation fellowship, including appropriate stipend support, would normally be available for a fourth year of study.

    University of Notre Dame

    • Diversity Fellowships. The University offers fellowships to students from underrepresented groups and also has the opportunity to nominate eligible students for fellowships granted by other foundations. Graduate school fellowships are offered for the summer prior to matriculation (tuition for two courses and c. $3,000) and the two years of course work (full tuition and an annual stipend c. $19,000). Diversity fellows receive the departmental graduate fellowship during their third, fourth, and fifth years. They also work for a faculty member during their second and third years and teach two independent courses in their fifth year.