Lauren Kooistra, Associate Director, Humanities Institute, presents, "The Public Humanities and You: How to Become a Public Humanities Fellow."
About the Public Humanities Fellowship:
Are you an undergraduate student with an interest in the humanities who cares about social issues?
Do you wonder how you can connect the study of history, philosophy, literature or other humanities subjects to real world situations?
* Take two courses specifically designed for real-world application of skills post-graduation
* Participate in community-based work
* Gather with humanities scholars actively working in the field
* Receive a $1000 stipend upon completion of Fellowship requirements
Log in with your Zoom account. Link found on the PFP events calendar.