PhD Career Paths for Academic Innovators
Would you like to apply your PhD to careers in the digital humanities or to the growing area of digital education? Hear from a panel of academic innovators at different stages of their careers and the ways they have applied their PhDs to the academy and beyond. Our speakers include:
- Will Shaw, MA, Digital Humanities Consultant, Digital Scholarship & Publishing Services, Duke University Libraries
- Meghan O'Neill, PhD, Assistant Director, Bass Connections, Duke University
- Zakaria Jouaibi, PhD, Senior Instructional Designer & Quality Matters Master Reviewer, NC Central University
About the Bass Digital Education Fellowship Colloquium Series
Whether graduate students are planning for academic careers or for new careers in digital education, higher education, or entrepreneurial arena, to be competitive in the job market students need to develop digital technology, pedagogy, learning design, and project management skills along with their academic credentials. These sessions are intended to give graduate students an awareness of digital education, teaching and research innovation, and emerging career paths in these areas.