Exploring Non-Academic Job Opportunities and Making Connections @ University Career Center, 515 E Jefferson St
Jan 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Are you interested in connecting with other U-M Ph.D. students and creating a sense of community? If so, the PhriDay Meet-Ups are a great place for you to connect with fellow doctoral students, as well as Rackham and University Career Center staff who support students in their academic and professional development.

Pre-registration is required at

The Programming Historian @ 1014 Tisch Hall
Jan 27 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

mellon-public-humanities-bannerThe Programming Historian

Friday, January 27, 12-4 pm, 1014 Tisch

This workshop will provide an introduction to The Programming Historian, highlighting some of the tutorials and skills available there.  It will focus specifically on providing instruction on using our platform of choice (GitHub and Markdown) to create easily maintainable websites for personal or project use.

This workshop is for all faculty and graduate students, particularly those with little or no experience with the Programming Historian or digital history in general.

Fred Gibbs, Assistant Professor Digital History @UNM

12:00-1:15      Lunch and presentation by Fred Gibbs

1:15-1:30        Break

1:30-3:15        Hands-on workshop using GitHub and Markdown

3:15-4:00        Concluding discussion: What have we learned and what is it good for?