Category Archives: Professional Development

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Jan. 15 The CES at Harvard University Visiting Scholars Program

Application Deadline: January 15, 2015 Deadline for Recommendation Letters: January 22, 2015 This program offers post-doctoral social scientists and historians the opportunity to spend up to one year at Harvard University for independent research on Europe or transatlantic relations. Successful

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Jan. 15 The CES at Harvard University Visiting Scholars Program

Application Deadline: January 15, 2015 Deadline for Recommendation Letters: January 22, 2015 This program offers post-doctoral social scientists and historians the opportunity to spend up to one year at Harvard University for independent research on Europe or transatlantic relations. Successful

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Apr. 16 The Organization of American Historians (OAH) Annual Meeting

The Organization of American Historians (OAH) will host the nation’s largest single gathering of American historians during its 2015 Annual Meeting.   The event is expected to draw about 2,000 top scholars and historians from around the world to the

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Apr. 16 The Organization of American Historians (OAH) Annual Meeting

The Organization of American Historians (OAH) will host the nation’s largest single gathering of American historians during its 2015 Annual Meeting.   The event is expected to draw about 2,000 top scholars and historians from around the world to the

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LaGuardia Community College, CUNY seeks adjunct instructors

LaGuardia Community College, CUNY, is seeking adjunct instructors for two sections of Western Civilization from Ancient Times to the Renaissance during our twelve-week Spring I term (classes: March 4-June 5; finals June 8-14): SSH103.1838 (Western Civilization from Ancient Times to

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LaGuardia Community College, CUNY seeks adjunct instructors

LaGuardia Community College, CUNY, is seeking adjunct instructors for two sections of Western Civilization from Ancient Times to the Renaissance during our twelve-week Spring I term (classes: March 4-June 5; finals June 8-14): SSH103.1838 (Western Civilization from Ancient Times to

Career Planning

Office of Career Planning and Professional Development: Summary of the Behind the Scenes with a Search Committee

On October 15, John Bowman (Professor of Political Science, Queens College and the Graduate Center), David Humphries (Associate Professor and Chair, Department of English, Queensborough Community College) and David Waldstreicher (Distinguished Professor of History at the Graduate Center) spoke on

Career Planning

Office of Career Planning and Professional Development: Summary of the Behind the Scenes with a Search Committee

On October 15, John Bowman (Professor of Political Science, Queens College and the Graduate Center), David Humphries (Associate Professor and Chair, Department of English, Queensborough Community College) and David Waldstreicher (Distinguished Professor of History at the Graduate Center) spoke on

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Check out this great interview with Alum Rachel Burstein!

Rachel received her PhD last year and has gone on to become the Academic Director of a public humanities non-profit organization. See the full interview conducted by the GC Office of Career Planning and Personal Development here. Congratulations, Rachel!

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Check out this great interview with Alum Rachel Burstein!

Rachel received her PhD last year and has gone on to become the Academic Director of a public humanities non-profit organization. See the full interview conducted by the GC Office of Career Planning and Personal Development here. Congratulations, Rachel!

GC Workshop: Social Media and Academia: Creating Digital Research Communities

Tuesday, September 30th 2014 6:30-8:00pm Room C196.02 This workshop will introduce various aspects of social media as solutions or initiatives for creating communities around research. We’ll explore how to use the CUNY Commons, WordPress, and Twitter to find and create

GC Workshop: Social Media and Academia: Creating Digital Research Communities

Tuesday, September 30th 2014 6:30-8:00pm Room C196.02 This workshop will introduce various aspects of social media as solutions or initiatives for creating communities around research. We’ll explore how to use the CUNY Commons, WordPress, and Twitter to find and create

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The GC Advocate Article Submissions

As you may be aware, the GC Advocate serves as the newspaper for the Graduate Center, CUNY and is run by doctoral students. The new editorial committee of the Advocate would like to extend an enthusiastic invitation to all of

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The GC Advocate Article Submissions

As you may be aware, the GC Advocate serves as the newspaper for the Graduate Center, CUNY and is run by doctoral students. The new editorial committee of the Advocate would like to extend an enthusiastic invitation to all of

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Tenure-Track position @ The University of Colorado Boulder

  The University of Colorado Boulder seeks a scholar of Islam for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies to begin August 2015, area of specialization open. Candidates are expected to have

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Tenure-Track position @ The University of Colorado Boulder

  The University of Colorado Boulder seeks a scholar of Islam for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies to begin August 2015, area of specialization open. Candidates are expected to have

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American Historical Association Northeast Regional Conference

Register by April 15, 2014 We would like you to participate in a one-day conference, “Teaching History to Undergraduates: A Regional Conversation,” with other history departments from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Eastern Pennsylvania. The conference is sponsored by the

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American Historical Association Northeast Regional Conference

Register by April 15, 2014 We would like you to participate in a one-day conference, “Teaching History to Undergraduates: A Regional Conversation,” with other history departments from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Eastern Pennsylvania. The conference is sponsored by the