The $2500 Abdel Ross Wentz Prize is awarded for a a graduate student essay on the history of American Lutheranism.
This was the first of a two-part session on the future of graduate education.
The Abraham Lincoln Association (ALA) and the Abraham Lincoln Institute (ALI) invite nominations, self-nominations, and submissions for the 2014 Hay-Nicolay Dissertation Award, which includes an honorarium of $1,000.
In the spirit of the Chronicle’s Adjunct Project, a new crowdsourced project to track graduate stipends called GradPay was recently launched by Joshua Carp, a doctoral student in psychology at University of Michigan.
The Institute for Constitutional History is pleased to announce another Robert H. Smith seminar for advanced graduate students and junior faculty!
The Immigration and Ethnic History Society (IEHS) announces its first annual award for an outstanding dissertation in the field of immigration and ethnic history.
The National Council on Public History will award five travel grants of up to $300 each for graduate students presenting (session, poster session, or working group) at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Monterey, California.
So, you’re in graduate school, you’ve chosen history, but you realize the academy is not for you. You’d like to think about other careers, but you don’t know anyone with a history degree who works anywhere else.