Franklin College & Willson Center call for proposals from doctoral students for Virtual Summer Residency Program   

ThroughNational Humanities Center logo a Franklin College and Willson Center institutional membership in the National Humanities Center (NHC), we are pleased to announce a call for proposals to sponsor Franklin College doctoral students to attend the NHC Virtual Graduate Student Summer Residency Program scheduled for July 5-9, 2021. The virtual residency, Meaningful Teaching and Learning in the Humanities Classroom, will model best practices for undergraduate teaching that can be modified for face-to-face, virtual, or hybrid instruction. The program is open to PhD students in the humanities. Full details on the program are available here.

The Franklin College and the Willson Center will sponsor up to four nominees for this program. The cost of the virtual program is $750, which will be covered by the Franklin College and the Willson Center.

Proposal submission and deadline (March 31, 2021)

Interested doctoral students in the humanities should submit a proposal to the Willson Center to include a paragraph statement indicating how participation in the seminar will benefit their doctoral research and teaching at UGA, a copy of their CV, and a brief statement signed by their major professor supporting the proposal.

Students should submit their proposal as a single PDF file to Dr. Lloyd Winstead, Senior Associate Director at the Willson Center, at by March 31. Notification: early April.