[Libs-Or] Fwd: [REFORMANET] Stanford University Libraries Access Grants PLEASE SHARE

Max Macias max.macias at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 10:44:23 PST 2017


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From: Adan Griego <griego at stanford.edu>
Date: Wed, Feb 8, 2017 at 9:37 AM
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Camaradas/colgeas

This call went out just as many people were getting ready for the holidays.
Please remind your faculty.

  saludos

Adan


*From:* Molly Aufdermauer <mollyauf at stanford.edu>
*Date:* December 16, 2016 at 11:31:20 AM PST

*Subject:* * Stanford University Libraries Access Grants from CLAS*

The Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University is offering
Stanford University Libraries Access Grants. Please see the following (and
attached) call for applications and kindly share with your colleagues.

Wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful new year.

Best,
Molly

*Stanford University Libraries Access Grants*
*offered by the Center for Latin American Studies*
*The Stanford University Library System is one of the largest academic and
research libraries in North America, and the Latin American collection is
one of the most comprehensive in the country. The Center for Latin American
Studies at Stanford University is offering library access grants for
faculty from qualified Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) and community
colleges across the U.S. to conduct research at the Stanford University
Libraries.*
*Travel Access Grants*
 CLAS will grant access to Stanford Libraries for one academic quarter,
including remote access to the online database and in-person borrowing
privileges. CLAS will provide up to $2500 in travel costs per grantee for
on-site use of Stanford Libraries during a 1- to 2-week visit to Stanford
within the designated quarter. Grant funds may be used for airfare,
lodging, and ground transportation only. An orientation to using the
Stanford Libraries and online database will be provided.
*Local Access Grants*
CLAS will grant access to Stanford Libraries for one academic quarter,
including remote access to the online database and in-person borrowing
privileges. CLAS will provide up to $500 in local travel costs per grantee.
Grant funds may be used for ground transportation only. An orientation to
using the Stanford Libraries and online database will be provided.
*Eligibility*
·         PhD from an accredited institution (MA or equivalent for faculty
of community colleges)
·         Current faculty appointment at a qualifying MSI or community
college

   - Research and teaching interest in Latin America

*Application Deadline: February 20, 2017*

For more information and to apply, visit https://las.stanford.
edu/accessgrants


*Molly Aufdermauer*
* Public Engagement Coordinator*
* Center for Latin American Studies, Stanford University*
*650.721.5530 <(650)%20721-5530>*
*las.stanford.edu* <http://las.stanford.edu/>
*I am generally in the office only 3 days per week. If you have an urgent
matter and I don't respond to your email promptly, please contact Elizabeth
Saenz-Ackermann at **esaenz at stanford.edu* <esaenz at stanford.edu>*.*
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Adan Griego,
Curator for Latin American, Mexican American

and Iberian Collections

Green Library-557 Escondido Mall

Stanford, CA 94305

t: 650 384 9392 <(650)%20384-9392>

f: 650 725 1068 <(650)%20725-1068>

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