The PhD Program in Interdisciplinary Studies is pleased to announce altogether five graduate assistantship positions, starting in January of 2013. In addition to the established positions of Co-Editor and Associate Editor of Penumbra: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Critical and Creative Inquiry, the program has secured funding for three new assistantships that will respectively provide (1) editorial support for a volume of unpublished Richard Rorty papers, (2) organizational support for academic residences, and (3) research support for targeted recruitment.
All of the graduate assistantships afford qualified graduate students in the program with valuable experience in scholarly and academic practices that will enhance their employability upon completion of the PhD.
Please review the listed position descriptions and, if interested, submit your application and all required supporting documents by Wednesday, November 28, 2012 to the person identified. To expedite the review process, we are asking that you submit your application material electronically via email.
Karsten H. Piep, Interim Dean
Toni A. Gregory, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs