The new issue of University Affairs features an article on the TRaCE project, which is a one-year experiment in data gathering and community building among PhDs in the humanities. The 4 goals of this project are to:
(1) track humanities PhDs;
(2) report on where they are, whether inside or outside the academy, and what they have achieved;
(3) connect them with each other and with faculty and students inside the academy;
(4) sponsor exchanges of knowledge among PhD students, faculty and PhD grads who are pursuing careers in non-academic sectors.
The article provides links to more detail on the Trace project, and a new 5-year project, Trace 2.0, which will reach out to PhDs in the social sciences, as well as MFAs and PhDs in the arts.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
There are several workshops scheduled this month and next so check out the GSLI newsletter to check them out. In addition, this month includes links to information about the transition of UoG email to Office 365 and a link to information presented at the recent new grad orientations, in case you missed them.
Friday, May 13, 2016
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
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