An invitation to a career workshop on campus this Thursday afternoon, from Robert Fanuzzi, Professor of English —
As an English professor and advocate of the humanities, I invite you to attend a special workshop being held tomorrow from 4:30 to 7 in the Writing Center Lounge. Adam Bush, co-Director of the PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education) has helped humanities graduate students around the country imagine new research areas and “alternative academic” career futures. The work of PAGE Fellows can help all of us—students and faculty–realize the bigger opportunities and impact of our humanities research. We hope you can come to this event and learn about new futures for humanities graduate study.
The PAGE Fellowship and “Alternative Academic” Career Futures: A Workshop for Graduate Students in Humanities Programs with Adam Bush, Co-Director of PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education)
Thursday March 26; 4:30-7:00 Writing Center Lounge Refreshments provided
Graduate students in all humanities fields are invited to a special workshop with Adam Bush, founder and co-Director of Imagining America’s PAGE Program to learn about new career opportunities created by an emerging generation of publicly engaged humanities scholars. Graduate students learn about the nation-wide “alt-ac” movement as well as the PAGE Fellowship program and the enduring impact of former PAGE Fellows on Imagining America’s member institutions.