PhD Career Diversity
Doctoral Training for the Versatile Humanist
Description: Implementation grant consisting of six core elements: Pedagogical innovation, Project management, External internships, Individual advising, Supportive faculty, Alumni networking.
Director: Edward J. Balleisen
Description: The Integration of multiple career outcomes early into experience in graduate school. Regular meetings to plan and implement changes in the Graduate Center.
Director: Jennifer Furlong
Bridging the Gap: Linking History PhD Training to Nonacademic Employment
Description: Focus on the reorientation of curriculum and alternative skill development.
Director: Kenneth Lipartito
The “Living Humanities” PhD for the 21st Century
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.
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Public Pedagogies: Graduate Education and the Interdisciplinary Humanities at Lehigh University
Description: Collaboration between the History and English departments, with an emphasis on cultivating new opportunities for research and dissertation work. The grant also provides four professional internships for the summer of 2017.
Director: Jenna Lay
Charting Career Pathways: Enhancing and Sustaining Doctoral Education in the Humanities
Description: Workshops focused on mentoring students for a professional world. Collaboration with the Communications Department to help develop skills outside of dissertation research.
Director: Patricia Mooney-Melvin
Holistic Rethinking of the Humanities PhD: Seminars, Dissertation, Internationalization, Fellowships
Description:Formation of a new Committee, consisting of activities already taking place, to create the New Directions Fellowship program. This would prep students for non-academic jobs with the rigor of a traditional program.
Director: Eric Hayot
Transforming Graduate Education in the Humanities at Princeton
Description: Monthly meetings with faculty and students. Focus is on thematic visions of doctoral training and curriculum.
Director: Anthony Grafton