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Internship Opportunity in RTI University Collaborations Office

RTI International has a long history of collaboration with research universities, extending our capabilities through collaborative project work with faculty, staff, and students to better serve our clients and contribute to scientific scholarship. In 2014, RTI created the University Collaborations Office. Guided by an advisory committee comprised of our executive leadership and university representatives drawn from our Board of Governors, the University Collaborations Office develops and manages partnerships with leading academic institutions and promotes awareness of our services and capabilities on university campuses.

For more information, see the RTI Internship Flier

Duke University Press Call for Editorial/World Reader Interns

Duke University Press produces 120 books a year on subjects such as Latin American studies, literary theory and criticism, history, cultural studies, Asian studies, film and television studies, and anthropology. Duke Press is known for publishing cutting-edge, interdisciplinary scholarship. Our primary audience is academic: professors in the field; graduate students; and freelance scholars. However, some of our books are part of the trade market and end up displayed prominently at bookstores. (more…)

Graduate Student Internship at Duke University Press

Are you interested in an internship in Duke University Press’s editorial department? We are seeking graduate student interns to work on our World and Latin America Reader projects.

The World Readers and Latin America Readers are unique books that include journalism, primary source documents, literature, academic writing, art, cartoons, songs, and even recipes from various countries, cities, and regions. This series includes The Peru Reader, The Indonesia Reader, The Alaska Native Reader, The Mexico Reader and many others. We recently published The Dominican Republic Reader and The South Africa Reader and are working on Readers for Brazil, Colombia, Rio de Janeiro, and Haiti, now; Tibet, Bolivia, and Jamaica are due to arrive soon. (more…)

Preparing Future Faculty: Broad Teaching Opportunities

First launched in 1993, the Preparing Future Faculty program at Duke provides a yearlong experience for PhD students and postdocs to prepare them for the multiple roles they may be asked to assume as future faculty members in a variety of academic institutions. The program provides a wider range of educational experiences than are generally available to students in their Duke departments, including teaching at community colleges. Applications are typically due in the early summer.

MARCH Public Historian in Residence (Co-Editor, The Public Historian)

As co-editor of The Public Historian and Public Historian in Residence at Rutgers University Camden, the successful candidate will serve as a voice for public history practice in the creation of scholarly content for the journal. (more…)

Assistant Editor Position for Hortulus Graduate Journal

Hortulus will soon publish their Fall 2014 issue on Affect and Emotion. Look for it in the coming weeks. They are now publicizing their CFP for their Spring 2015 issue and are soliciting applications for assistant editor positions for their 2015 issues. (more…)

North Carolina Museum of History

The North Carolina Museum of History, located in downtown Raleigh, provides internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students looking for experience in museums. An intern is needed to assist two curators with researching, documenting, and cataloging objects in the museum’s collection. The assignment involves becoming familiar with the collections management software, Re:discovery Proficio; learning about collections management and curation procedures; and ultimately cataloging a collection of approximately 100 artifacts. Additionally, the intern will attend meetings in the Collections and Education sections, learn about proper artifact handling, and assist with preparing objects for presentation to the Acquisitions Committee for acquisition or deaccession.