The Luksic PhD Fellowship was established in 2010 by Andrónico Luksic and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), to provide an extraordinary opportunity to one Fellow each year to pursue his or her studies at MIT's renowned Department of Political Science.
The Fellowship was created to support education and research opportunities primarily for MIT students who are citizens of Chile. Providing financial support to graduate students, the Fellowship seeks to foster the development and growth of new leaders in policy and political science.
2022 - Antonio Alexis Mahana, Comparative Politics & Political Economy
2021 - Clemente Sánchez, Comparative Politics
2020 - Benjamín Muñoz, Comparative Politics
2019 - Matias Giannoni, Political Economy and Methods
2018 - Matias Giannoni, Political Economy and Methods
2017 - Emilia Simison, Political Economy and Methods
2016 - Danilo Rocha Limoeiro (political economy, comparative politics, and quantitative analysis) and Tesalia Rizzo (Comparative Politics)
2015 - Ignacio Puente, Political Economy and Methods
2014 - Loreto Cox, Political Economy and Methods
2013 - Ignacio Puente, Political Economy and Methods