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Humanities Without Walls: Pre-doctoral Career Diversity Information Session

Event Type
Informational
Sponsor
Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, Humanities Without Walls, the Graduate College
Location
IPRH Lecture Hall, Levis Faculty Center, Fourth Floor (919 W Illinois St, Urbana)
Date
Oct 4, 2017   4:00 pm  
Speaker
Stephanie Seawell Fortado (PhD in History; labor educator at University of Illinois Extension), Emily Laugesen (PhD in Music Theory; Co-Director of Engagement at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts), Jessica Neptune (PhD in American History; Associate Director of National Programs, Bard Prison Initiative (BPI); Director, BPI Chicago)
E-Mail
iprh@illinois.edu
Phone
244-3344
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Have you wondered what exactly is “Humanities without Walls” and what it has to do with your PhD training? Are you interested in career diversity opportunities in the changing environment of higher education? If so, come to our afternoon panel presentation and listen to what three humanities PhDs with jobs outside the tenure track have to say. You will also learn about the call for applications for a summer 2018 workshop in Chicago dedicated to helping doctoral students in the humanities think pragmatically and strategically about job opportunities post-PhD.

 

With Stephanie Seawell Fortado (PhD in History; labor educator at University of Illinois Extension), Emily Laugesen (PhD in Music Theory; Co-Director of Engagement at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts), Jessica Neptune (PhD in American History; Associate Director of National Programs, Bard Prison Initiative (BPI); Director, BPI Chicago)

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