Applications Now Open for David P. Gardner Research Seminar on Higher Education
Graduate students writing dissertations focusing on higher education are invited to apply for membership in a research seminar, to be held in 2017-18. The seminar will enable students to meet and work with colleagues in other disciplines and departments. Its goal is to provide the opportunity for its participants to engage with work from a range of disciplines on the subject of higher education and thus understand contributions of different disciplinary tools, to have the opportunity to present their own dissertation work, to hear scholars of higher education from both on and off campus discuss their current research, and to learn about career opportunities in the field. The seminar will meet seven times a semester, for two hours at lunch. A workshop in the spring will be devoted specifically to career paths for people in the field.
Participants in the seminar will be called David P. Gardner Fellows. Upon completion of the seminar, they will receive a $3000 stipend. They will also have the opportunity to publish work in the Center for Studies in Higher Education occasional paper series.
Those wishing to apply should send a letter of application by July 10th, 2017 to Henry Brady, Dean, Goldman School of Public Policy, (firstname.lastname@example.org), identifying their department, degree program, dissertation director, and projected date of completion, and describing their dissertation topic. Applicants should also include a letter of endorsement from their dissertation director.
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This seminar is open to graduate students writing dissertations focusing on higher education.