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|Titel||Graduate assistantships in German Studies at Michigan State: new PhD program (4-year, Digital Humanities focus)|
|Beschreibung||The German Studies Program at Michigan State University is pleased to announce two fully funded graduate assistantships for its newly revised four-year PhD in German Studies with a focus on Digital Humanities. Building on faculty expertise in instructional technology, computer-mediated language use and learning, global cultural studies, and film/media studies, the MSU program integrates technology, media and digital humanities perspectives into the German Studies curriculum.
Out-of-class learning and teaching experiences prepare students for a range of careers both within and outside of academia. Opportunities include: shadowing and mentored teaching in upper-level and general education courses, internships with MSU’s Community Language School, and study or internship experiences in Germany. MSU also provides opportunities for graduate students to receive certification of skills associated with digital humanities, media, and educational technology.
All degree components are integrated into a streamlined, intensive four-year program. A 12-month model utilizes summers to complete requirements, develop research projects, and improve language and technology skills. Preparation for comps and dissertation begins in the first year, with appropriate components integrated into coursework and modules.
Competitive funding packages are available for suitable candidates that include a combination of fellowship, TAship, RAship, and summer funding.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis; however, to be considered for all funding opportunities, please submit completed applications by January 31, 2013.
For more details on the program and how to apply, please visit our webpage: http://linglang.msu.edu/languages/german/german/phd/
Please direct any questions or requests for further information to the Graduate Director, Professor Liz Mittman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Mittman, Assoc. Professor of German
Dept. of Linguistics & Languages
Michigan State University
B-262 Wells Hall
619 Red Cedar Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48824
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