Antonio Rebolledo Research Award
Applications from sophomore, junior, and senior majors in Hispanic Studies are accepted for the Antonio Rebolledo Research Award. The Award consists of $500 to help defray the costs of a summer trip to Spain or Latin America. The trip must include a research component, which might entail such activities as interpreted site visits (historical sites, museums, sites associated with an author); research in libraries or archives; participation in cultural events or in a conference; gathering of testimony or oral history; attendance at traditional urban or village festivals; purposeful contact with indigenous peoples; and other similar activities that enhance one's command of Spanish and one's understanding of the Hispanic world. Application forms are available in the Department office. This award may be used to supplement other internship or grant awards. The deadline each year is March 1st. The Award recipient is selected by the Hispanic Studies faculty.
Doris Meyer Scholarship and Service Award
An annual prize of $250 awarded to a graduating senior for outstanding scholarship and service in the field of Hispanic Studies. The award was established with a gift from retired Connecticut College Professor of Hispanic Studies Doris Meyer. All graduating seniors are automatically considered; no application is necessary. The recipient is selected by the Hispanic Studies faculty.
Antonio Rebolledo Memorial Prize
An annual award for excellence in Spanish. The fund was established with gifts from former students of Professor Rebolledo. Students are nominated by the faculty; no application is necessary. The recipient is selected by the Hispanic Studies faculty.
Glen L. Kolb Award
An annual award for excellence in Spanish composition. All graduating seniors are automatically considered; no application is necessary. The recipient is selected by the Hispanic Studies faculty.
The Hispanic Studies Department also offers book prizes during the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony to seniors who have demonstrated outstanding skills in and enthusiasm for speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish.
Chair: Julia Kushigian, Hanna Hafkesbrink Professor of Hispanic Studies
Assistant: Nancy Lewandowski
Department of Hispanic Studies
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320-4196