The Department of African and African American Studies is seeking Teaching Fellow applicants for AFRAMER 119X - Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food , taught by Professor Carla Denny Martin.
Course description: This course will examine the sociohistorical legacy of chocolate, with a delicious emphasis on the eating and appreciation of the so-called "food of the gods." Interdisciplinary course readings will introduce the history of cacao cultivation, the present day state of the global chocolate industry, the diverse cultural constructions surrounding chocolate... Read more about TFs Needed for AFRAMER 119x: Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food
APSA’s Centennial Center for Political Science and Public Affairs is hosting a teaching & learning symposium focused on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, where participants will gain new insights into teaching and research on race, ethnicity, and politics, produce teaching resources for use in their own courses, and network with colleagues equally dedicated to teaching race, ethnicity, and politics. This three-day event, taking place April 30-May 2, 2020 at APSA’s headquarters in Washington, DC and led by Natalie Masuoka (UCLA) and Chris Stout (Oregon State University), will bring...
The Office of Career Services has a great line-up of career events this spring semester. Whether you're pursuing an academic job or exploring career options beyond academia, we have many great programs and resources to help you with your career and professional development.
Please mark your calendar for the upcoming Spring 2020 events hosted by the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics.
We hope you will join us for what promises to be another engaging semester!
Thursday, February 13 (5:00-6:30pm) Annual Lester Kissel Lecture in Ethics by Pamela Karlan, Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law and a founder and co-director of the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic at Stanford Law School. Title: Restoring Democracy: Lessons from Offender Re-enfranchisement Location: Milstein East C, Wasserstein...
The Gen Ed course, "GENED 1023: Ignorance, Lies, Hogwash, and Humbug," is currently in the midst of hiring teaching fellows for spring 2020. The course description is below:
Is truth dead? Time Magazine posed this question in bold red print on its April 3, 2017 cover. It’s a surprising concern, given that information of every sort imaginable is merely a click away on our phones, access to educational resources is robust for both traditional students and online learners, and direct interaction with public figures is more unencumbered than ever before with the help of social... Read more about TFs Needed for GenEd 1023: Ignorance, Lies, Hogwash, and Humbug
The Center for Ethics is seeking applications for our Ethics Pedagogy Fellowship program for 2020-21. This program is for Harvard and MIT graduate students with an interest in ethics pedagogy, and requires a commitment of 10 hours per week.
The Charles Cannell Fund in Survey Methodology of the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan was established by students, colleagues and friends of Charlie to honor him as a mentor and to further research and training on the interviewer-respondent interaction and its effects on the validity and quality of survey data.
The Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) program provides grants to accredited academic institutions to support outstanding doctoral students whose dissertation research is relevant to criminal justice. Applicant academic institutions are eligible to apply only if:
The student is currently enrolled in a PhD program in the sciences or engineering; and
The student’s proposed dissertation research has demonstrable relevance to preventing and controlling crime and/or ensuring the fair and impartial administration of criminal justice in the United States....