The Humanities for the Public Good (HPG) initiative is laying the groundwork for a new interdisciplinary, collaborative, and practice-based humanities PhD. Read our 2020-2021 Annual Report.
Humanities Labs foreground inquiry, exploration, and collaboration. Learn more about Humanities Labs and explore a list of models for innovative graduate education across the U.S. and Canada.
Oct. 5, 4 pm: The University of Iowa is at the vanguard of internship experiences for humanities graduate students. Learn more about UI’s internship programs and hear from graduate students!
Ashley Dorn by Ashley Dorn “You get stronger every single day”: Learning from Iowa Women in Trades Iowa Women in Trades (IWIT) exists to connect and support women seeking or practicing a skilled construction trade. Jobs in skilled construction are…
June 8–11, 2021 — How can cross-disciplinary, project-based courses serve graduate students across the University? This question is under investigation at the University of Iowa by both the Andrew W. Mellon-funded Humanities for the Public Good PHD initiative and the…
Seven faculty teaching graduate courses have been awarded a minigrant to redesign their graduate courses to foster a more equitable, inclusive and student-centered pedagogy.
Join us for this pair of free, virtual workshops with Liberating Structures leaders Anna Jackson and Fisher Qua. Participants will take a fresh look at their ongoing projects and scope out next steps.
We are forming a Learning Community to Explore Graduate Course Design for Equitable, Reciprocal, Collaborative Approaches to Project-Based Research for the Public Good!
Jennifer New spoke with alumni of the Obermann Institute for Engagement & the Academy who shared their insights on doing community engagement work in graduate school and how that shapes their work to this day!
Friday April 2 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm CST Washington State University's Dean Todd Butler (WSU CLAS) will facilitate a virtual workshop on approaches to more inclusive graduate admissions and concrete steps to attract a more diverse student body.