Departmental Grants Recipients

Congratulations to the second round of Career Diversity for Historians Departmental Grants recipients! See the longer descriptions on AHA Today and check back soon to hear updates on their projects.

Georgia State University

Denise Davidson, project director, working with Michelle Brattain, Alex Cummings, and Dylan Ruediger

Run graduate student workshops on career skills and a faculty retreat on curricular changes

University of Texas at El Paso

Jeffrey P. Shepherd, project director, working with Sam Brunk

Fund a mentor program where students work with representatives from different career fields through workshops and internships

University of Connecticut

Mark Healey, project director, working with Sylvia Schafer

Organize "Career Pathways" roundtable discussions, a career network, and a website

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

James J. Bono, project director, working with Jonathan Dewald and Kristin Stapleton

Expand departmental resources for career diversity and run a student-organized career symposium

University of Texas at Austin

Alison Frazier, project director, working with Scott Pittman, Ogechukwu Ezekwem, Christina Villareal, Chris Babits, and Marilyn Lehman

Hold a one-day conference for liberal arts graduate students with panels featuring PhDs in nonacademic careers