The PublicsLab is conducting a search for a postdoctoral fellow for the 2021–2022 academic year in the area of humanities entrepreneurship, intended to provide a recent PhD graduate of The Graduate Center with funding and support while they develop an idea for a business or organization related to the research they did in during their PhD program.
Deadline: 13 November 2020 In 2018, The Graduate Center, CUNY received a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation focused on transforming doctoral education in the humanities for the public good. As part of this initiative, the PublicsLab will be distributing annual Doctoral Curriculum Enhancement Grants (DCEGs) to departments and […]
The PublicsLab is pleased to announce our second round of COVID-Affected Research Agenda (CARA) Grants for students impacted by the coronavirus. If your research has been disrupted, or you have had to make alternate plans, we are here to help! The CARA Grants are available to currently-enrolled doctoral students at […]
The PublicsLab is pleased to announce our COVID-Affected Research Agenda (CARA) Grants for students impacted by the coronavirus. If your research has been disrupted, or you have had to make alternate plans, we are here to help! The CARA Grants are available to currently-enrolled doctoral students at The Graduate Center […]
The LA Review of Books Summer Publishing Workshop is an intensive, three-week summer course on book, magazine, and online publishing held in Los Angeles, 5–24 July 2020. Through lectures, seminars, and practical instruction, participants learn the foundations of print and online editing and production; gain insight into the financial […]
Apply now to be a Public Fellow with the PublicsLab, which seeks to transform doctoral education for the public good and expand the career options for PhDs. Doctoral students in the first three years of doctoral study in the humanities and humanistic social sciences are invited to apply for this two-year fellowship. If you have big ideas for how your graduate training can have an impact in the world, this program may be for you.
In the 2019–2020 academic year, four $8000 DCEGs will be given to support the development and implementation of new curricular methods and strategies that approach the following question: How can our program support graduate students in doing public scholarship and preparing for careers both inside and outside the academy?
The Early Research Initiative and the PublicsLab invite applications for new research fellowships for Summer 2019. These $4,000 fellowships will be offered to Graduate Center Ph.D. students from any program conducting research with a distinctive interdisciplinary turn whose main question is driven by public needs and priorities.