Faculty Grants

DRCLAS supports Harvard faculty research, teaching, and professional activities relating to Latin America. The Center's services and funding are available to faculty working directly with Latin American issues as well as those pursuing comparative work related to the region or the Latin American diaspora in the United States.

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General Information

DRCLAS Faculty grants offer Harvard faculty funding support in a variety of capacities including individual and collaborative research, course-based field trips, curriculum development, research conferences, and more.

See DRCLAS Faculty grants

Eligibility & Application

Proposals for faculty grants are accepted twice per year, once each semester. The next application deadline is Monday, November 1, 2021.

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Research Grants

The Brazil Studies Program offers various funding opportunities for Harvard faculty pursuing collaborative research projects, travel based research, or projects related to urban challenges and education.

Learn About Brazil Research Grants

Events-Based Grants

Funding is available for Brazil-related programming through a selection of event grants related to conferences, seminar series, symposia, working groups, as well as the annual Haddad Distinguished Lecture.

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General Information

The Harvard-UAI (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez) Collaborative Research Grant is aimed at strengthening connections between UAI and Harvard through innovative research projects in all disciplines, such as technology, design, humanities, science, engineering, health, public policy, business, and education.

About Harvard-UAI Collaborative Research Grant

Eligibility & Application

The Harvard-UAI Collaborative Research Grant is open to active full-time faculty at any Harvard University School or Department in conjunction with a collaborator at UAI. Unfortunately there is no competition for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Apply to Harvard-UAI Collaborative Research Grant


General Information

The Mexico Innovation Fund is dedicated to deepening ties between Harvard and Mexican academia in order to address some of the most important issues facing Mexico.

About Mexico Innovation Fund

Eligibility & Application

The Mexico Innovation Fund is open to active full-time faculty at any Harvard University School or Department and Harvard Medical School. The next application deadline has been postponed from May 1, 2020 and will be posted shortly.

Apply to Mexico Innovation Fund