Faculty Resources for Developing Quantitative Literacy

Quantitative literacy is a basic skill that allows historians to convey ideas not always best or most easily explained with words. It also represents the ability to appreciate or understand quantitative methods in historical research.

For more on the skill of Quantitative Literacy and resources for graduate students, see the corresponding Five Skills page on Quantitative Literacy.

  • University of New Mexico Internship Program

    This internship program guide and the attached application packet are designed for history graduate directors and university student career officers who are interested in developing an internship program for PhD history students. While initially designed for PhD students, the guidelines can be modified for undergraduate or masters level students.