The Bridge Humanities Corps (BHC), now in its fourth year, selected eight total ABDs and newly minted PhDs across the humanities to participate in this innovative program for the 2019-2020 academic year. BHC members will engage in advanced training in the pedagogy of interdisciplinary humanities, teach SAEL 200 or its Carolina Core equivalents, and participate in a required professional development program. The program is supported by the Office of the Provost, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Graduate School.
Beaver, who graduated with her PhD in Philosophy in May, 2019, will teach a teach a three-quarter load, will participate in professional development activities and campus-wide initiatives, and will receive regular performance feedback and make useful contacts across a range of university offices. Beaver was a member of the 2018-2019 BHC as an ABD student, and is excited to return after earning her PhD.
For more information about the Bridge Humanities Corps Fellowship, visit http://gradschool.sc.edu/students/BHC.asp.