Join Daniel Gorman Jr. (history Ph.D. candidate, University of Rochester) for this discussion of the graduate school application process, with particular attention on Ph.D. applications. Topics will include how to refine your research interests, how to construct a target list of schools, and how to write a compelling personal statement.
In his own studies, Gorman specializes in U.S. religious and cultural history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He is currently an Andrew W. Mellon Digital Humanities Fellow, as well as a member of the HASTAC Scholars Program. He received his M.A. in history from Villanova University and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Having gone through two rounds of graduate school applications, Daniel has a deep understanding of how to conduct a grad school search.
This will be the seventh of a series of HASTAC Webinars that will run through the end of the summer. In this series, HASTAC Scholars will facilitate 45-minute webinars on topics ranging from Interview Prep or Blog Posting to Networking, Personal Statements, and Pedagogy Strategies for Adjuncts.
Call-in details and link for the webinar are below.
Topic: HASTAC Scholars Digital Fridays
Time: September 20, 2019 4:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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