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What does humanities collaboration look like when it is multi-sited as well as interdisciplinary: when scholars from a variety of institutions and communities come together to partner not just in discrete research projects, but in the broader context of rethinking the direction of humanities research and education as well? And what can humanities research and practice do to turn our attention to the most compelling and urgent questions of our time—global displacement, police violence, water and food justice, multiracial community-building, racial disparities in health, indigenous art and activism— so that scholars move continuously across that porous boundary between the academic and the world? How, in short, can we design a humanities ecosystem that is truly “without walls?” The full GRC grant applications are due to HWW on November 15, 2022, Midnight, CST
The Humanities Without Walls PI team at Marquette along with the Center for the Advancement of the Humanities and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs are pleased to announce the second seed grant opportunity for Marquette faculty interested in applying for the HWW Grand Research Challenge grants. We can support faculty grant writing during the summer of 2022 in advance of final GRC team proposal submissions to HWW in November 2022. The seed grant proposals are due to HWW@marquette.edu on Monday, May 2.
Web Seminar on K-12 Teaching A presentation by the American Council of Learned Societies
Monday, February 14 | 4:00-5:30pm via Zoom | Register Here
ACLS will offer a virtual presentation for PhDs and graduate students to learn about teaching roles in K-12 schools during a Q&A with people representing K-12 independent and public schools.
We hope this will prepare anyone interested in applying to K-12 independent and public schools for Fall 2022 teaching roles, which are advertised primarily in winter. Teaching at public schools is a less immediate option because of certification and degree requirements which vary by state, so most of our panelists teach in independent schools, which don’t require certification.