Spotlight on humanists at GSAS

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Sometimes, it seems that a Ph.D. in the humanities leads only toward a faculty career. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, with FAS Office of Career Services, Office of Undergraduate Education, and FAS Division of Arts and Humanities will present two programs exploring the many directions the Ph.D. can take students beyond the professoriate.

On March 27, a panel of GSAS alumni and other members of the community, all with Ph.D.s in the humanities, will provide first-hand accounts of their experiences. Kate Stanton,assistant dean of undergraduate education, will moderate the panel that includes:

On April 3, Laura Malisheski of the FAS Office of Career Services will present a program exploring how humanists considering or actively pursuing jobs outside academe can learn specific strategies that will help them find, effectively apply for, and land a job.