2022 Career Diversity Workshop Fellows Announced
We are proud to introduce HWW's 2022 Career Diversity Workshop Fellows!
The HWW Career Diversity Summer Workshop utilizes a cohort-based approach to assisting humanities PhD students with the development of their careers. The fellows will engage in a series of workshop sessions, talks, informational interviews, and site visits, hosted by the University of Michigan’s Institute for the Humanities.
Fellows will learn how to imagine possible futures and leverage their skills and humanities training towards careers in the private sector, the nonprofit world, arts administration, government, public media, and many other fields. Congratulations to the 2022 cohort!
Twenty-five doctoral students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences will attend the workshop this summer, representing 21 higher education institutions nationwide.
Chanara Andrews-Bickers, University of Georgia
Nusaiba Chowdhury, Southern Methodist University
D'arcy Cook, Wayne State University
Kymberli Michele Corprue, Howard University
Thomas Forrest, University of Minnesota
Brittney Frantece, University of Washington
Fior Daliso Garcia-Lara, University of Texas El Paso
Dominique Greene-Sanders, University of South Florida
Elizabeth Harlow, University of Michigan
Megan Heise, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Julia Irion Martins, University of Michigan
Sabrina Ali Jamal-Eddine, University of Illinois Chicago
Claritza Maldonado, Brown University
Lee Mandelo, University of Kentucky
Macy McDonald, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Mary Michael, University of California, Santa Barbara
Breanna Moore, University of Pennsylvania
Silpa Mukherjee, University of Pittsburgh
Pau Nava, University of Michigan
Thao Nguyen, University of Michigan
Elena Rosario, University of Michigan
Rosanna Simons, University of California, Los Angeles
Ashley Truehart, University of Chicago
Megan Ashley Vance, Texas A&M University
Stepha Velednitsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Published March 2022