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Graduate Assistantship

Build your credentials and portfolio in the public humanities!

The new Graduate Assistantship is a 2015-16 academic-year opportunity at the Kaplan Institute for the Humanities designed to build professional capacity in programming, administration and leadership. The role will encompass a broad range of duties, from coordinating undergraduate student involvement to building collaboration and outreach initiatives with NU and outside organizations. The goal of the assistantship is to develop the skills to build and expand your credentials and portfolio in the public humanities, with particular training in understanding the mission and operations of an academic humanities institute.

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To Apply

Please submit the following as a single PDF attachment:

Applications should be sent via email to Wendy Wall ( and Jill Mannor ( by June 8, 2015.

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