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Managing Your Career: One Archivist's Journey, Pt. 2

Last Friday, we began a four-part mini-series in which Kate details her journey from library student to curator of a special collection. If you missed the first part, it can be found… 1,784 more words


Institute of Historical Research Fellowships

The Institute of Historical Research invites applications for several junior fellowships.

Past & Present postdoctoral fellowships

These enable postdoctoral applicants to undertake research in any area of social history at the institute. 182 more words

Funding Opportunities

The art of navigating your network

Hi everyone. Mark here, and I’m back with my second blog post. As I alluded to in my first post, I was a member of the Professional Development Program (PDP) at Williams, and it has taken me on quite the journey.  326 more words

Early Career

Transitions Series: Shaina Buckles

This post is part of our “Transitions” Series, which highlights the experiences of recent graduates and early career archivists. If you are an early career archivist (0-5 years in the field) who would like to participate in this series, please… 1,033 more words

New Archivists

Managing Your Career: One Archivist's Journey, Pt. 1

When Kate and I first discussed her writing a post for the blog about project archivists, she said she had a lot to share. This has developed into four posts that best work as their own stand alone mini-series. 1,653 more words


Transitioning from North to South

Hi, Nydia here, and you may recall from my last post that I graduated in 2014 from Penn State University with a degree in Chemical Engineering. 189 more words

Early Career

ECR Blog: The 5 Stages of Post-doc Life

In our first guest blogger post about ECR life and issues, a recent PhD graduate talks about life after thesis, that is, the emotional and psychological side of it. 1,490 more words