The August 20 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac highlighted the Michigan Humanities Collaboratory as an example of how the University of Michigan is one of the top financial supporters of humanities research in higher education.
University of Chicago Press The following review appeared in the August 2018 issue of CHOICE. In 724, a teenage Korean monk named Hyecho sailed from China to India on a pilgrimage of almost the entire Buddhist world: from the “eight […]
Congratulations to Maxim Aleksa (BS, RLL & Computer Science, 2017), who currently works as a software engineer at Apple in Cupertino, California. Maxim worked as part of the Africa to Patagonia team in Spring 2017, during the Proposal Development phase (shortly after he completed his BS), to […]
Congratulations to Libby Garno (BA, Spanish & International Studies, 2016), who has just been awarded a second consecutive Fulbright grant to work as an English Teaching Assistant in Tunja, Colombia for AY 2018-2019. Libby will work as a Senior English Teaching Assistant, with responsibilities such […]
Congratulations to Claire Laing (BA, Spanish & Linguistics, 2017), who was recently accepted to study the Speech-Language Pathology major in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in the Hunter College Graduate Program (NYC). Claire had a difficult decision when it came to deciding where to pursue graduate […]
Congratulations to Colleen Buckley (BA, Spanish, 2018), who recently accepted a full-time position at Beghou Consulting in Chicago, IL (working as Associate Consultant). Colleen’s first experience with Spanish Linguistics was in Fall 2016, when she took Spanish 298 with Nick Henriksen, PI for […]
This Fall saw the first project of the Humanities Collaboratory bear a range of remarkable fruit. On December 9, the entire team of Hyecho’s Journey made a trip to Washington, where the eighth-century Korean Buddhist monk Hyecho and his extraordinary journey is […]
Hyecho’s Journey is one of the first projects funded by the Humanities Collaboratory. LSA Magazine has highlighted the project in the Fall 2017 issue. Read the story about a mysterious monk, a multi-city research project, and the future of the […]
The Humanities Collaboratory is featured in a new website from the Office of the Provost called “Engaged Michigan,” which brings together a range of resources and initiatives that are at the forefront of engaged, collaborative, and interdisciplinary learning and research on campus.
During his 2017 Leadership Breakfast, President Schlissel made note of the Humanities Collaboratory among a set of new campus-wide initiatives that are “helping to unleash faculty creativity in innovative ways.” Schlissel acknowledged the role and importance of project-based, faculty-led collaboration […]