John H. Coatsworth Latin American History Fellowship
The John H. Coatsworth Latin American History Fellowship was established to honor the legacy of John H. Coatsworth, the founding Director of the David Rockefeller Center and the former Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs at Harvard University. This merit fellowship is open to doctoral students whose research focuses on topics related to Latin American history, with preference for, but not limited to, those in the History Department. The fellowship will provide a stipend toward living expenses and can be used to cover costs on campus or in the field.
The Zuckerman Fellows Program
Candidates for the Zuckerman Fellows Program are individuals who have, or are pursuing, a graduate degree in business, law, or medicine and who wish to earn an additional degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, or the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.