I interned for the National History Center during the academic year of 2014—2015 as I began the MA program in history at the George Washington University. As a native of nearby Alexandria, Virginia, I previously interned with several Congressional offices
I never thought I would hear anyone say that they were in desperate need of historians. But two weeks ago, during the internship session sponsored by the AHA Career Diversity for Historians program at the University of New Mexico, I
“Entangled Trajectories: Integrating Native American and European Histories,” the symposium that Ralph Bauer (Univ. of Maryland) and I organized earlier this month at George Washington University and the Mexican Cultural Institute, was the result of (at least) two desires.
What happens when you take 70 scholars from multiple disciplines, put them in a room together, and ask them to exchange knowledge, wisdom, and ideas?
The world of analytics and data is an important part of the education landscape. However, most faculty have not felt its reach. That is likely to change in the near future.