'The Expanded Job Market for Humanities Ph.D.s...'
Career Planning and Placement, the English Department, and the Vice Provost for Graduate Education will jointly sponsor sessions on
The Expanded Job Market for Humanities Ph.D.s Inside and Outside the Academy
on Tuesday, October 22, from 4-7 p.m., in Penniman Library of Bennett Hall. On
- Careers Within Education; Douglas Buchholz, Ph.D. in English, assistant professor of English, Community College of Philadelphia; Mary Grant, Ph.D. in history, head of the Upper School, Springside School; Judy Balthazar, Ph.D. in classical archaeology, assistant dean, Bryn Mawr College; Anita Gelburd, Ph.D. in American Civilization, director of faculty administration, Wharton School; 4 p.m.
- Careers Outside the Academy; Jim Hess, Ph.D. in English, executive vice president, Diversified Search; Barbara Eckman, Ph.D. in religious studies,
bioinformatics database associate, Merck Research Laboratories; Warren Hope, Ph.D. in English, vice president, new product development, Insurance
Institute of America; 5:15 p.m.
Registration for this program is required. Students may sign up by calling 898-7530 or by sending an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- Julie Vick, Graduate Counselor, Career Planning and Placement
Volume 43 Number 8
October 15, 1996
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