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GLBTA Programs Office, Student Coordinator Position

THE GLBTA PROGRAMS Office is hiring a student to join their staff as our Student Education and Tongues Untied Coordinator.Clickhere for more information.

Minnesota Historical Society College Interns

THE MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY is looking for new college/graduate interns across a variety of disciplines for Spring 2015. Students from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Click here for more information and to apply.

Public Interest Research Group job- Campus Organizer

THE PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP is accepting applications from graduating seniors for the position of Campus Organizers. Click here for more information and to apply.

English Summer Course 3070: American Specters

THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT is pleased to announce its summer course ENGL 3070: American Specters. The course is taught by Wes Burdine and will meet from 6/16 - 8/8 on Tu, W, and Th from 1:25 - 3:20pm. See below for a course abstract.

Art History Fall Courses

THE ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT is offering two American Art History courses for next fall. The first, ArtH 3005 is called American Art and meets Tues/Thurs 1:00 - 2:15pm. The second, ArtH 3577 is called Photo Nation and meets Tues/Thurs 9:45 - 11:00am. You can find more information below.

SOC 3090/RELS 3070 Course

SOC 3090/RELS 3070: Ahteists and Others in the US is open for registration for next fall. Click SOC 3090 RELS 3070 F14.docx for more information.

William C. Nelson Undergraduate Scholarship

THE WILLIAM C. NELSON UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP is now available for application. The scholarship would provide $2500 over the 2014-2015 academic year. The application is due on Wednesday, April 30th. Click on the link for more information and to apply.

Nelson Undergrad Scholarship application.doc

Job and Internship Fair

Friday, February 21st, all University of Minnesota campuses will partner to host the 2014 Job and Internship Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The event connects U of M students and recent alumni with 200+ employers and organizations.

Internships Available at Graywolf Press

Graywolf Press offers ongoing unpaid internships designed to expose qualified applicants to editorial, marketing and publicity, and development work, and other aspects of the publishing industry. Six internships will be offered per session: two development internships, two editorial internships, and two marketing and publicity internships.

Applying to a PhD program in the fall?

The Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University offers the Hayek Fund for Future Scholars. This fund is for students applying for fulltime PhD programs and may receive up to $300 to offset application fees. Click here for more info.


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