Grant Writing Seminar

Grant Writing Seminar   Tuesday, Oct. 15, 5:30-7:30 KU Edwards Campus, Regnier Hall, Room 165 12610 Quivira Rd. Overland Park, KS 66213   Join Ashley Carlson and Marilyn Ortega from KU’s Hall Center for the Humanities Research & Grant Development Office to learn how to develop grant applications. Learn where to find state, federal and…

Zotero: Citing your Sources

Come to learn about the Zotero citation software that is freely available from Firefox. This application allows you to store, organize, format your citations, and cite your references in your papers. This workshop will cover building your library to citing sources! For more information on how to register click here.

2019 Digital Humanities Forum Happy Hour

Attend this forum consisting of talented scholars with thought-provoking presentations and digital displays. You will not want to miss it! Transportation will be provided. Keynote Speakers: Janet Chávez Santiago (Zapotec weaver and language activist) Indigenous Language and Culture Visibility in the Digital Age: Examples from Zapotec Activism Julian Chambliss (Professor of English, Michigan State University)…

2019 Digital Humanities Forum Reception

Attend this forum consisting of talented scholars with thought-provoking presentations and digital displays. You will not want to miss it! Transportation will be provided. Keynote Speakers: Janet Chávez Santiago (Zapotec weaver and language activist) Indigenous Language and Culture Visibility in the Digital Age: Examples from Zapotec Activism Julian Chambliss (Professor of English, Michigan State University)…

Generating a Teaching Statement

In this extended (1.5-hour) workshop from 12:30– 2:00PM, we will use a Generative Knowledge Interviewing (GKI) hybrid method to get you started writing your teaching statement. Participants of this workshop will write and share stories in response to provided prompts. Everyone will leave with content and an idea of how to structure your own teaching…

Votes for Women: Suffrage and the 19th Amendment Centennial

One hundred years have not yet passed since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted many—but not all—U.S. women the right to vote. Passed by the House and Senate in 1919, and reaching the threshold to become law of the land in 1920, it enfranchised 26 million women voters. In this 100th-anniversary kickoff event,…

Developing Clear and Compelling Applications – Humanities Grant Development Workshops

December 6 – 12:00-1:00 Developing Clear and Compelling Applications Register: tinyurl.com/hallstu2 The Hall Center for the Humanities is offering an introductory grant development workshop series for graduate students in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. These brown bag sessions will take place at the Hall Center. Contact HGDO@ku.edu with questions and sign up online.

Writing a Teaching Statement – Center for Teaching Excellence

Final Friday Workshops are lunchtime (read PIZZA) workshops for experienced GTAs who want to discuss different facets of teaching in higher education. All workshops are located at CTE (Budig 135) and will be from noon to 1pm. You must sign-up to attend the workshops as space is limited and we will need to know your…