Looking Ahead

As we near the end of our NEH Next Generation PhD Planning Grant, the core committee has identified a number of initiatives on which we have made progress during the grant term, and on which we will continue to focus in the coming academic year.

Humanities MA programs and the NEH Next Generation Planning Process… more »

Duke University

Doctoral Training for the Versatile Humanist

Award: 350,000

Description: Implementation grant consisting of six core elements: Pedagogical innovation, Project management, External internships, Individual advising, Supportive faculty, Alumni networking.

Website: https://gradschool.duke.edu/academics/doctoral-training-versatile-humanist

Director: Edward J. Balleisen

Fordham University

The “Living Humanities” PhD for the 21st Century

Award: 24,957

Description: Six primary themes: Revitalize Learning Outcomes, Inhabit the New Learning Ecosystem, Mentor the Whole Person, Incorporate Service, Ensure Access, and Cultivate a “living humanities” PhD Model. There is also a focus on mission work, Fordham being a Jesuit University.

Website: https://www.fordham.edu/nextgenphd

Director:… more »