This project builds on what was learned from survey data and consultations with program leadership during the University of Arizona’s participation in the CGS PhD Career Pathways project, as well as from recent focus groups and surveys of humanities PhD students and faculty. 

The Graduate Center is offering several avenues for graduate professional development programs ranging from a one-credit course, skill-building workshops, one-on-one career consulting, graduate student peer-led programming, graduate faculty and staff career development training, and alumni career panels.
To maximize access, participation, and reach to diverse populations, all activities are offered free of charge, online, and inperson. 



Project Team: 

Kirsten Limesand, Project Director, Vice Provost, Graduate Education and Dean of the Graduate College
Meg Lota Brown, Co-Project Director, Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Associate Dean of the Graduate College, Director of the UA Graduate Center
Shawn Nordell, Project Contact, Associate Director for Graduate Career Services, Assistant Professor of Practice, Graduate Center
Rachel Nielson, Project Contact, Assistant Dean, Business & Finance, Graduate College
Jane Zavisca, Project Contact, Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Kim Jones, Project Contact, Vice Dean, Academic Affairs-College of Humanities, Professor, East Asian Studies
Tom Rhodes, Project Contact, Director, Graduate Research