The core of graduate education — directing research, collaborating across networks, synthesizing new directions — is also at the heart of pursuing diverse career opportunities. How can these processes take root and grow within degree benchmarks and faculty advising relationships? Listen to Advisory Committee members Jennifer Teitle and Brady Krien of Iowa's Graduate College describe the habits of humanists who have broadened their opportunities to meet the needs of our complex world.
Advice beyond 'alt-ac'
Maria LaMonaca Wisdom of Duke University provides insight on scaling the "Wall of Unknowns" while managing the increasing pressures to constantly "do more" in graduate school.
Interested in attending three or more sessions at the NHC virtual conference and briefly reporting the best ideas you encounter? We can cover the $100 registration fee courtesy of the Mellon-funded Humanities for the Public Good program!