Call for Proposals: Graduate Education at Work in the World
Deadline: October 15, 2019
Conference Date: May 1, 2020

The Graduate Center, CUNY

Link to this form: http://bit.ly/grad-ed-at-work-cfp

The Futures Initiative and PublicsLab of The Graduate Center, CUNY invite submissions for a free day-long conference and workshop: Graduate Education at Work in the World. The conference will bring together students, faculty, and administrators to collectively imagine and redesign graduate education to support students, scholarship, and the public good.

This conference will focus on new approaches to graduate education in support of the public good, without losing sight of other key elements of graduate education reform—including labor practices, student debt, efforts toward improving diversity and inclusion, shared governance, new modes of scholarly communication, pedagogical training, and more. Participants will generate ideas, share best practices, consider difficult questions, and work toward new models for graduate education that support an array of creative, flexible career paths.

For more information, please see the full call for papers, available at http://bit.ly/grad-ed-at-work-description.

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