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Humanities Research Hub: Workshop Series for Graduate Students in the Humanities

Introduction

The Libraries are holding a series of workshops specifically designed for advanced graduate students in the Humanities during the Fall semester 2018. These workshops will bring together experts from across the Libraries and campus to provide students with strategies and tools for success. Participants will hear success stories from recent graduates and explore library services related to their work and specific needs as graduate students.

The series will consist of three workshops, held on the second Thursday of each month, from 4-5:30. Learn more about each workshop through the list on the left.

Though the series is geared towards advanced graduate students in the Humanities, we encourage graduate students from all areas and levels to attend. There is something for everyone!

Registration is not required, but is encouraged! Registration is now available:

- "What I Wish I'd Known: Dissertation/Theses Best Practices," Thursday, Sept. 13, 4-5:30pm, Olin Library, Instruction room 3 (level A)

- "Library Treasure Chest: Discover Collections and Services," Thursday, Oct. 11, 4-5:30pm, Olin Library, Instruction rooms 1, 3 (level A)

- "Choose Your Own Adventure," Thursday, Nov. 8, 4-5:30pm, Olin Library, Instruction rooms 1,3 (level A)

Questions?

If you have any questions, please reach out to one of the Humanities Research Hub organizers:

  • Amanda Albert, Information Literacy Coordinator
  • Cassie Brand, Curator of Rare Books
  • Kris Helbling, First Year Experience Librarian / English and American Literature Librarian
  • Deb Katz, Jewish Studies, Classics, and Philosophy Librarian
  • Michael Schaefer, History and Religious Studies Librarian
  • Brian Vetruba, Germanic Languages & Literatures, Comparative Literature, and European Studies Librarian