BCC Faculty Receive Black, Race and Ethnic (BRES) Fellowships from CUNY
CUNY announced that three BCC professors received Black, Race and Ethnic (BRES) Fellowships. The Fellowships are designed to enhance BRES studies in scholarship and teaching at CUNY schools as part of a $3 million initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation.
The BCC winners include:
Laura Barberan Reinares, a Professor of English, and Bryan Betancur, Assistant Professor of World Languages and Culture each received a BRES Research Faculty Fellowship.
Monique A. Guishard, an Associate Professor of Psychology and Deputy Chair in the Social Sciences Department received a BRES Curriculum Development grant.
The fellows will be affiliated with the BRES Collaboration Hub, a CUNY-wide, multidisciplinary initiative based at the Graduate Center. BRES Doctoral Fellows will receive stipends of $4,000 for their dissertation research and BRES Faculty Fellows will receive stipends of $2,000 to support research and curriculum development projects.