History in Action, one of the pilot programs under the AHA’s Career Diversity for Historians initiative, is primarily organized and driven by graduate student ideas and efforts.
Emily Lynn Osborn
In early May, the University of Chicago’s professionalization seminar continued to help graduate students hone their communication skills with a series of student-delivered, impromptu speeches. Last week, our students took their training to a new level
Upon encountering confusion in the classroom regarding the issues of bias versus point of view, high school and college educator James Harris reflects on an exercise that may help
The National Institutes of Health is currently undertaking a formal review of the National Library of Medicine. In response, the AHA issued a letter of support for the NLM in March, emphasizing its importance
To help students adapt to the changing job market, the AHA has begun a new series on searching for jobs and developing careers with a BA in history. This second post in the series focuses on career planning before you’ve earned