Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

CLACS Undergraduate Fellows Program

The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) Undergraduate Fellows Program allows Brown undergraduate students with an interest in Latin America and the Caribbean to explore in-depth opportunities to work in/on the region. Becoming a CLACS fellow is a great way to engage with other students interested in the region, collectively explore pressing issues facing the region, and receive access to CLACS funding opportunities and mentorship. Now in its third year, this program has been revised and improved in order to further engage and expand students’ interests in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Current fellows are:

Grace Monk


Comparative Literature

Carla Dager

2018 Economics

Cassandra Garcia

2018 LACA / Public Health

Margot Cohen

2018 International Relations

Nicole Ubinas

2018 Africana Studies

Ilan Desai-Geller

2018 Comparative Literature

Emily Sun

2018 Ethnic Studies

Daniel Jason

2019 History

Louis Epstein

2019 LACA / Development Studies

Nicole Comella

2019 Public Health

Brian Elizalde

2019 Development Studies / Ethnic Studies

Anuj Krishnamurty

2019 International Relations / Economics

Jazmin Piche

2019 LACA / Science & Society

Gus Stephens

2020 Development Studies

Laura Muñoz

2020 History