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ZA-260717-18

Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY 13244-0001)
Glenn Wright (Project Director: November 2017 to present)
Reforming Doctoral Training in the Humanities

The development of a university-wide initiative to systematically reform doctoral training for humanities Ph.Ds.

A systematic planning effort will lay the groundwork for a package of initiatives that will enhance support for humanities doctoral students as they explore and pursue a wide range of meaningful careers. The project directors will convene a Planning Committee comprising faculty with a variety of appointments; current students; program alumni; administrators and staff in relevant positions; and others representing professional destinations for doctoral graduates. Four Working Groups will be formed, addressing these key themes: • Curricular reform • Systematic integration of professional development and career preparation • Creation of a PhD alumni mentoring network • Development of resources to enable non-monographic dissertation projects. Each Working Group will produce a report fully describing a discrete product, service, or resource (e.g., proposed curricular innovations, a toolkit for faculty advising on nontraditional dissertation projects) to be implemented in AY 2019-20.

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Project fields:
Interdisciplinary Studies, General

Program:
Next Generation Humanities PhD (Planning)

Division:
Challenge Programs

Totals (matching):
$24,997 (approved)
$24,997 (offered)
$24,997 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2018 – 5/31/2020