Thomas Breideband has a Magister Artium degree in Theater and Performance Studies and American Studies from Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany. He is currently a dual degree PhD candidate in the Department of English at Georgia State, and the American Studies Department at Mainz University. His research interests lie at the intersection of New Media Studies, Rhetoric,… more »
Student Innovation Fellows
Originally posted by Bryan Sinclair on February 20th here.
Congratulations to Dr. Brennan Collins, students, faculty, and staff for putting on a great show on February 15 in CURVE, celebrating the work of GSU Student Innovation Fellows (SIFs). The Student Innovation Fellowship Program allows students to develop expertise and share ideas around… more »
I have been on the job market since September.
The academic job market takes just short of forever, and is a HUGE commitment. As a result, I have become curious about other job markets and how they work. I essentially know exactly nothing about how to get a… more »
Last Friday, a panel of SIF fellows presented at the CIE Conference on Pedagogy. Due to some issues with time management on our panel, my remarks ended up being abbreviated considerably. So, I thought I’d throw them up here:
“Reimagining Graduate Education in the Humanities through the SIF… more »
This March, historians from around the country will be gathering at Drew University to discuss the state of graduate education in the field. Like many disciplines, particularly (but by no means exclusively) in the humanities, history departments have been burdened for years by aging graduate curricula and cultural… more »
As a first-year Student Innovation Fellow, I’ve been learning the ropes this past month. The projects that are encompassed in the SIF domain are multiple, collaborative by nature and design, and have more arms than a centipede. This kind of learning is, I have to… more »