The Center for Southwest Research provides fellowships each year for UNM graduate students to work in collections, digitization, and other program areas of the CSWR. These are not research fellowships.* Funding comes from the UNM Center for Regional Studies, University Library endowments, and other sources.
Below are our 2014/2015 graduate fellowship announcements and the application form. The application deadline is May 9, 2014.
Our 2013-2014 Center for Southwest Fellows and Graduate Assistants:
Kevin Brown, Clinton P. Anderson fellow
Emily Cammack, Tony Hillerman Digital fellow
Melvatha Chee, National Digital Newspaper Program
Clare Daniel, Clinton P. Anderson fellow
Donatella Davanzo, NM Route 66 Photographic Survey fellow
Megan Jiron, Ruben Cobo fellow
Christina Juhasz-Wood, Senator Bingaman fellow
George Luna-Peña, Pictorial Archives fellow
Stephanie Mack, Tony Hillerman Digital fellow
Kathryn Manis, Senator Bingaman fellow
Tom McVeety, J D Robb Trust Fellow
Char Peery, Tony Hillerman Digital GA
Our 2012-2013 Center for Southwest Research fellows:
Emily Cammack, American Studies, College of Arts & Sciences. Tony Hillerman Digital Fellow, funded by the Tony Hillerman Portal Gift.
Misael D. Menchaca, Secondary Education, College of Education. Ruben Cobos Follow, funded by the Center for Regional Studies.
Clare Daniel, American Studies, College of Arts & Sciences. Digitization Fellowship, funded by the Center for Regional Studies.
Thomas McVeety, Music, College of Fine Arts. John Donald Robb Trust Fellow, funded by the John Donald Robb Trust.
Natalie Farrell, Archaeology, Department of Anthropology. Institutional Repository Fellow, funded by the Center for Regional Studies.
Brianne Stein, History, College of Arts & Sciences. Digitization Fellowship, funded by the Center for Regional Studies.
Joshua Frank, Language, Literacy & Socio-Cultural Studies, College of Education. Clinton P. Anderson Fellowship, funded by the Anderson Endowment of the University Libraries.
Hanna Thompson, Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture & Planning. Harrison Schmitt Papers Fellow, funded by the Center for Regional Studies.
Darren Ilett, Secondary Education, College of Education. Harrison Schmitt Senatorial Papers, Graduate Assistantship, funded by the Office of Graduate Studies.
* Research Fellowships are available through the New Mexico Office of the State Historian, Scholars Program. These fellows conduct research at the CSWR and other New Mexico archival institutions.