Internship Opportunities

Internships & Competitive Teaching Positions for Academic Year 2023/2024


Center for Italian Studies

Center for Social Concerns

Corporate Relations and Developement

Graduate School: Data Strategy 

Graduate Student Life

The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts

Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship

Notre Dame Learning

Notre Dame Press

Hesburgh Library - Rare Books & Special Collections

Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE)

Rome Global Gateway: International Education and Student Life

Shakespeare at Notre Dame

Competitive Teaching Position

Co-Instructor of "All Roads Lead to Rome" Foundational Course at the Rome Global Gateway


Center for Italian Studies

5+1 Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Center for Italian Studies

The Center for Italian Studies seeks a postdoctoral fellow with a Ph.D. from any discipline that intersects with the study of Italy. The fellowship is designed to prepare the successful candidate for careers in academic and cultural program leadership and development by offering significant professional experience in: humanities outreach, scholarly and educational project management, the oversight of professional networks and collaborations, editorial administration and support of scholarly research, and digital communications and outreach.

The Notre Dame Center for Italian Studies organizes and supports research, education, and outreach initiatives in Italian Studies, including those of the Devers Family Program in Dante Studies, together with partners on campus, in Rome, and around the world. The mission of the Center is to support research and education in the languages, cultures, and peoples of Italy's past, present, and future from a broad array of disciplinary perspectives. The Center supports Notre Dame faculty and students in Italian studies with its annual program of seminars and lectures; the research grants and fellowships it offers; its publications, library resources, and digital humanities initiatives; and through its internal research projects and international collaborations. The Center also organizes, sponsors, and co-sponsors outreach activities to celebrate and promote the study of Italy's languages, cultures, and peoples among Notre Dame's students and faculty.

Responsibilities for the Postdoctoral Fellow in AY 2023-24 will include:

Humanities/Italian Studies Outreach: The Fellow will devote the majority of the fellowship time to working closely with the Center’s staff, especially its director and associate director, in support of the Center’s outreach and engagement efforts directed at the local, national, and international communities, including the Italian American community, as well as potential donors, alumni affiliate faculty, and undergraduate majors and minors. 

Program Management: Working closely with the Center’s director and associate director, as well as the steering committee, the Fellow will assist in overseeing the facilitation of program participants and logistics, communications and website management for the Rome Consortium of Centers and Institutes for research and graduate education in Rome, in collaboration with Notre Dame International’s Rome Global Gateway.

Promotion of the Interdisciplinary Field of Italian Studies: The Fellow will work to promote the field of Italian Studies by maintaining and developing contacts with research institutes, centers, scholarly associations, and societies worldwide, including those in North America, the UK, and Italy, through the organization of workshops and lectures, both at Notre Dame and beyond the University, and through the pursuit of internal and external grant support for the Center’s affiliate faculty and programming. 

Publication Support: The Fellow will support the academic publishing enterprises of the Center, including serving as liaison both with the University Notre Dame Press and with leading disciplinary journals, as well as supporting the planning and implementation of the Center’s annual implementation of seminars, workshops, and conferences.

Communications: The Fellow will collaborate on managing communications from the Center, including web design and social media outreach, working to disseminate externally and internally the Center’s news and events, aiming both to promote the Center’s research and to widen participation in its activities.

The remainder of the fellow’s time may be devoted to research and/or teaching. The fellow will be provided with a workspace in the Center for Italian Studies, and enjoy full library and computer privileges.

Eligibility: Applicants must hold a Ph.D. (or equivalent) in some area of Italian Studies broadly conceived, or have it in hand by the beginning of the fellowship term. Near-native fluency in English and Italian is required. Experience with public engagement in the humanities, highly effective people skills, and multimedia digital literacy is highly desirable.

Appointment period: August 1, 2023- May 31, 2024, or mutually agreed upon adjustment to these dates. There may be opportunities for international travel during the fellowship depending on the assignments.

Compensation: The postdoctoral fellow will be officially employed by the College of Arts and Letters and compensated under their guidelines.

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus. 

Application: Interested scholars should email a cover letter, CV, and the names of recommenders to Ted Cachey Applications are due by February 15th, 2023.

Application: Interested scholars should email a cover letter, CV, and the names of recommenders Tiarra Lax-Walker.


Center For Social Concerns

Join a vibrant interdisciplinary community committed to responding to the demands of justice through a mix of education (on campus in communities and in prisons), research for the common good and consequential conversations engaging urgent signs of the times. Portfolio will be shaped by applicant interest and may include:  

  • Work with faculty and justice education team to develop and implement new community engaged learning and interdisciplinary research opportunities in South Bend.
  • Work with faculty on the development of consequential conversation series bringing together into dialogue diverse perspectives on thorny issues from gun control to migration to religious pluralism.
  • Work with the executive director on strategic planning efforts both around goals community-based programs and other Center wide initiatives.

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

Appointment Period: August 1, 2023- May 31, 2024

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.


Corporate Relations and Development

This postdoc is an opportunity to learn about Corporate Relations and Development more broadly, while providing a valuable service to the University. As part of a central development
staff and reporting to the Senior Director of Corporate Relations, the postdoc will work across the University (concentrating in Arts & Letters) to increase external support for faculty-led
research and programs.

The postdoc is charged with supporting the University’s academic fundraising efforts through (a) prospect research; (b) proposal development; and (c) corporate
engagement ideation. The postdoc’s fundraising efforts will focus primarily on supporting CR Directors’ proposals while developing one larger project with mentoring from the Senior Director.

The successful candidate will be inquisitive and personable; have strong written and oral communication skills, and be results-oriented. During the postdoc period, the incumbent will
gain valuable skills, experience, and knowledge, as well as contribute to raising corporate funding for the University.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by March 10th, 2023.

Graduate School: Data Strategy Initiative

The Graduate School at Notre Dame is embarking on a multi-year Data Strategy initiative in order to better support the University’s increased focus on graduate studies. We invite a postdoctoral scholar with an interest in data analysis, project management, and strategic thinking to spend August 2023-May 2024 working 40 hours per week with the Graduate School Dean’s Office to advance this important initiative.

The Postdoctoral Fellow will work closely with members of the Graduate School to streamline data collection and reporting and build analysis tools that aid decision-making, both for the Graduate School, as well as other academic units charged with oversight of graduate programs. Successful candidates will have strong data analysis skills; experience managing projects and building relationships; excellent written and oral communication skills; an ability to work in a self-directed manner; a team-based perspective; an eagerness to learn; and an interest in higher education administration. Scholars from all disciplines are welcome. Reporting to the Program Manager for Assessment, Data Analytics and Strategic Initiatives in the Graduate School, the Postdoctoral Fellow will work 40 hours per week during office hours, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the design and development of Tableau reports and data visualizations
  • Work with supervisor on project management of the initiative; organization, communications,
  • scheduling, etc
  • Produce written reports and narratives based on participation in data inventory sessions
  • Spearhead the production of training videos and other materials to help end-users understand
  • and take advantage of new Tableau reporting tools
  • Monitor report analytics and other metrics to assess effectiveness of the initiative; convene
  • regular meetings of a data taskforce to discuss and review progress
  • Support external benchmarking of graduate studies and conduct ad hoc analysis
  • Enhance storytelling and marketing efforts by incorporating data analysis into the narrative
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Eligible to participate in the 5+1 postdoc year through the College of Arts & Letters
  • Experience with data analysis and desire to grow data skills further
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work independently – i.e. self-motivated – and as part of a team
  • Comfortable interacting with senior level faculty and Notre Dame administrators

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with data visualization software Tableau
  • Working knowledge of database systems and data warehouses
  • Proven experience with project management and documentation of procedures
  • Working knowledge of video editing and production
  • Ability to think strategically and to use data in support of strategy

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Graduate Student Life

Notre Dame Graduate Student Life invites applications for 5+1 postdoctoral fellowships from students of any discipline
who seek to advance the success and well-being of Notre Dame graduate students while developing professional
expertise in project management, communications, data-informed decision-making, student affairs, and academic


The mission of Graduate Student Life is to help graduate students thrive personally and professionally at Notre Dame by
welcoming them into a vibrant community, connecting them to campus resources, and promoting a holistic educational
experience. Working extensively in areas of programming, assessment, communication, partnerships, and advocacy, our
staff seeks to engage our diverse graduate community with a robust array of opportunities to develop as scholars and as
Though fairly new, Notre Dame Graduate Student Life is recognized as a national leader in the area of graduate student
community and engagement. A placement with Grad Life would be a rich environment in which to learn the
administrative, student affairs, and academic affairs aspects of university life. It would also provide tangible ways to
improve the quality of life for Notre Dame graduate students for years to come.
Duties and Responsibilities
Postdocs are welcomed into all aspects of Graduate Student Life’s work. While specific commitments, including hours
and exact start/stop dates would be mutually agreed to, applicants are invited to consider the list of possible duties and
responsibilities shown below, and to meet with the Program Director to consider options more fully.

• Develop and pilot on-going leadership training for officers of graduate student clubs and organizations
• Improve and implement the Milestone Recognition Project
• Partner with the McDonald Center for Student Well-Being to create department-based wellness initiatives
• Analyze data from the Grad Life Survey
• Make data-informed recommendations for the implementation of the Strategic Plan
• Establish evaluation criteria and processes for existing programming
• Manage the Grad Life blog - writing posts, recruiting contributing authors, developing and editing content
• Maintain website and social media content
• Develop content and strategies for the mobile app (no coding required)

Qualifications: Position open to postdocs from any discipline. Application should highlight skills relevant to proposed
Compensation: Compensation is determined by Arts and Letters. Postdoc is employed by Arts and Letters, and
supervised by the Program Director. Postdocs are provided up to $1500 in Professional Development Funding from the
College, and may be eligible for additional professional development funds from Grad Life.
Position Dates: August 1 - May 31, or mutually agreed upon as needed.
Application: CV, list of references, and letter of interest sent to Mimi Beck (
Application Deadline: Until filled.

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA)

The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA) supports and promotes the research, scholarship, and creative endeavors of the faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Letters. In addition to helping scholars secure and manage external funding for research and artistic creativity, the Institute curates and manages a large and diverse portfolio of grants. ISLA directly funds research and creative work, international travel to conferences, language training, thesis and dissertation enhancements, and publication subventions. Funding is also available for lectures, visiting artist events, and academic conferences. The Institute additionally provides experienced, professional support for all phases of academic event planning and implementation. See for more information about the Institute’s programs and services.


This internship will provide a postdoctoral scholar with hands-on experience in research administration.  Over the course of the year, the fellow will work collaboratively with the Institute’s director and staff on all facets of its mission.  Based on the fellow’s specific skills and interests, he or she will be able to assist with the design of new internal grant initiatives, the development of research teams and proposals, the evaluation of grant applications, the cultivation, and coordination of grant mechanisms that span units (e.g., Notre Dame Research, Institutes with the Keough School), the post-award administration of internal and external funding, and the Institute’s strategic and budgetary planning processes. In addition to learning the many ways in which research administration impacts and facilitates research production, through these activities, the internship will hone the fellow’s strategic planning, critical thinking, and decision-making skills.


The ideal candidate will be intellectually curious, passionate about the role of the liberal arts in higher education and society, and motivated to help others reach their goals.  They should have an energetic, positive, and self-starting attitude; the ability to work independently as well as a member of a collaborative team; and strong written and oral communication skills.

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship (NFCDS)

The Hesburgh Libraries Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship (NFCDS) helps the Notre Dame community— from total beginners to advanced learners—explore new technologies and methodologies for research, teaching, making, and learning. A 5+1 Postdoctoral Intern at the NFCDS is someone who is either competent in or excited to learn about a variety of digital, data-centric tools and methods, and is eager to support their use in the wider campus community and in their own research. Some possible areas of specialization include (but are not limited to) large-scale statistical, geospatial, or machine-learning data analysis and visualization; close-detailed digital bibliographic and editorial work; digital storytelling through audio, visual, textual, and/or programmatic means; and 3D modeling, printing, or AR/VR design.

5+1 Postdoctoral Intern time and energy is dedicated to an array of activities. Some are pedagogical, such as designing and teaching workshops or seminars, developing and maintaining LibGuides or other learning resources, and consulting. Others are explicitly research-oriented. A third category is occasional outreach and administrative duties in support of the Libraries and the Center, such as event promotion, set up, and attendance. A generous portion of time and energy is allocated for personal research and job applications.

Postdoctoral Interns are expected to chart a personal trajectory for their professional development, digital skills training, scholarly growth, and preparation for the job market. They will receive support from a designated NFCDS faculty mentor and will join an agile team of experts and co-learners who collaborate daily to support and advance campus needs. 

Given its commitment to service as part of the Hesburgh Libraries, the NFCDS is always looking to collaborate across the Libraries, campus, and beyond, and therefore seeks 5+1 Postdoctoral Interns committed to inclusivity (including specifically in pedagogy and research contexts)

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Notre Dame Learning

ND Learning announces the availability of 2 - 3 one-year postdoctoral fellows for 2023-2024. Eligible Ph.D. alumni from Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters who would like to spend a year exploring the frontiers of learning and the future of higher education are invited to apply.

We are seeking colleagues with broad interests in any of the following areas:

  • Instructor Development, Course design, Learning Research, Analytics & Assessment;
  • Instructional Design & Curriculum, Course Development,  & Instructional Media Production
  • Online Learning, Digital Strategy, & Academic Innovation;

ND Learning is a new organization that has combined the Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence, the Office of Digital Learning, and the Provost’s Learning Initiative into a central hub intended to inspire, design, and deliver transformational learning experiences for Notre Dame students. Working in collaboration with instructors, departments, and colleges, ND Learning enables effective and engaging learning for all students through research-based strategies, technologies, and modalities.

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Notre Dame Press

Over the course of the academic year, a UNDP postdoc will learn about each aspect of scholarly book publishing—acquisitions, editorial, production, marketing, and sales. During the first semester, the postdoc will participate in the activities of each department, under the supervision of the assistant director. The second semester will be an opportunity for the postdoc deepen their experience in the area of publishing they find of greatest interest. Throughout the year, the successful candidate will be fully integrated in the Press’s team, with opportunities to learn from all team members and to pursue independent research relating to the publishing industry.

The postdoc will gain experience in maintaining a database, assessing manuscript submissions, securing peer reviewers for manuscripts, communicating with authors, preparing manuscripts for publication, copyediting, proofreading, art research, writing press releases and book descriptions, designing promotional materials, and crafting social media campaigns. Successful candidates will have exceptional written and verbal communication skills, have a strong interest in book publishing, and be detail-oriented.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023

Hesburgh Library - Rare Books & Special Collections

The Hesburgh Libraries Department of Rare Books & Special Collections supports an active program of guest teaching, exhibitions, and workshops for the Notre Dame community. Within this setting, a Postdoctoral Fellow will support the integration of rare books, manuscripts, and special collections into the research and teaching mission of the University. This fellowship offers an opportunity to explore varied activities in curatorial work that includes the interpretation of primary source collections for broad academic audiences, rare book and manuscript exhibition work, collection development, focused research, and teaching within a wide-ranging array of University courses. The Department of Rare Books & Special Collections is a supportive environment for early career professionals, with deeply committed and engaged library faculty and staff.  

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to  Natasha Lyandres and copy Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.


Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE)

The Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) is pleased to announce a postdoctoral fellowship for the 2023-24 academic year. We are open to hiring more than one fellow. The mission of CUSE is to guide Notre Dame undergraduates in the process of scholarly engagement and advise them on how best to identify or create opportunities for experiential learning, especially research; secure University and external funding to support such opportunities; and prepare competitive applications for national fellowships,
all with the aim of transforming themselves and their communities in the pursuit of human flourishing and the common good. The bulk of our work takes the form of undergraduate advising. This position may be of special interest to those considering careers in higher education
administration, especially in the areas of undergraduate research and national fellowships advising. Former graduate student and postdoctoral coordinators with CUSE have gone on to secure full-time positions in academic advising, career advising, and fellowships
advising. This position will report to the director of CUSE. It will run from August 7, 2023, until May 10, 2024, though these dates are negotiable. The time commitment will be on average 20 hours/week. These hours will typically be scheduled between 8:30am-5pm,
Monday-Friday, though occasional evening and weekend hours may be required, and we may be able to allow some flexibility here.

Job Responsibilities could include:

  •  Advising students on research proposals and grant applications.
  •  Advising students on applications for national fellowships, like the Fulbright U.S.
  • Student Program and the National Science Foundation Graduate Research
  • Fellowship.
  •  Advising first- and second-year students on scholarly engagement
  •  Participating in enrichment funding application review and administration.
  •  Assisting with other duties as assigned, especially pertaining to undergraduate
  • research, but also including national fellowships advising and the CUSE Sorin
  • Scholars honors program.
  • Required Qualifications:
  •  Experience working with undergraduate students (teaching, advising,
  • supervising).
  •  Excellent writing and presentation skills.
  •  Attention to detail.
  •  Commitment to high-quality mentoring of undergraduate students.
  • Ability to contribute positively to a dynamic, collegial, and collaborative work
  • environment.
  •  Basic familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel, presentation software, and
  • Google Apps.
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of grant-writing and review processes.
  • Familiarity with University resources for undergraduates.
  • Experience conducting research as an undergraduate (served as a faculty research
  • assistant, worked in a laboratory, completed a senior thesis, etc.).
  • Basic familiarity with the Conductor content management system

Application Instructions: To apply for this position, please send a one-page cover letter outlining your
qualifications, a resume or CV, and contact information for three professional references to: Dr. Jeffrey Thibert, Paul and Maureen Stefanick Director Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement G01 Bond Hall

Emailed application submissions are preferred. Queries regarding the position may be directed to Dr. Thibert at or 574-631-0372. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis up through the position start date in early August, though it is to your benefit to apply sooner rather than later, as we will fill the positions as we receive qualified applications.

Location: On-campus: This is an in-person appointment located on the University of Notre Dame South Bend, IN campus.

Also, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Rome Global Gateway: International Education and Student Life

International Education and Student Life 

The Rome Global Gateway seeks a post-doctoral fellow to work closely with the Director of the Gateway, the Associate Director for Student Programs, the Rector of the Villa—the Notre Dame living-learning community on the Celian Hill—and with a diverse team of dedicated individuals on various aspects of the Gateway’s educational mission. Under the supervision of the Director and of the Associate Director for Student Programs, the fellow will assist in the development and execution of undergraduate and graduate student programs as well as in the planning and implementation of assessment projects for existing programs. The fellow will also support the Director in establishing and maintaining relationships with partnering institutions in Rome. 

Under the supervision of the Villa Rector, the fellow will work as Assistant Rector, mirroring the responsibilities of the role on the Notre Dame campus, and serving as a professional, minister, educator, and administrator, in collaboration with the residential staff team.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.


Shakespeare at Notre Dame

Fellowship with Shakespeare at Notre Dame and its two principal companies, Actors from the London Stage (AFTLS) and the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival (NDSF). Gain vital experience in arts administration and a 360º perspective with the University’s professional theatre, Shakespeare at Notre Dame. The successful candidate will work closely with the General Manager, Audience Development Manager, Executive Director, and Producing Artistic Director in all areas of operations, from special projects, conference planning and support, to marketing, casting, pre-production planning, and artist contracts. Additional responsibilities may include: moderating panel discussions, creating dramaturgical materials for actors, and teaching undergraduate and graduate students as part of NDSF's apprentice, touring, or community engagement programming.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Competitive Teaching Position

All Roads Lead to Rome Foundational Course at the Rome Global Gateway

Co-Instructor of All Roads Lead to Rome Foundational Course at the Rome Global Gateway

In collaboration with other faculty teaching the foundational study abroad course in Rome and as a part of a teaching team, the postdoctoral fellow, appointed in a Humanities department at Notre Dame, would be the co-instructor of record for the All Roads Lead to Rome course (AL 24107/LLRO 34600/ HIST 34502 – CRN 25806/25822/25823) in Fall and Spring. This course is one of the two courses that are part of the curriculum of all students spending one semester studying abroad in Rome and is a collaborative effort among teaching staff at the Gateway. The course holds Ways of Knowing attributes in History, Fine Arts, and Literature. During the teaching period, the postdoctoral fellow is expected to conduct academic research in their field of specialization. Special consideration will be given to scholars whose research is linked to Rome and would benefit from a year in the city.

To apply, please email your CV, a list of references, and a cover letter to Tiarra Lax-Walker by February 15, 2023.

Internship Placements

  • Phillip Byers

    Ph.D. in History, 2020

    Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism

  • James Cotton

    Ph.D. in Literature, 2019

    Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement

  • Colleen Cross

    Ph.D. in Theology and Peace Studies, 2020

    Foundation Relations

  • Emily Donahoe

    Ph.D. in English, 2021

    Notre Dame Learning

  • Christopher Flanagan

    Ph.D. in History, 2019

    American Historical Association

  • Ross Jensen

    Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2021

    Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study

  • Minju Kwon

    Ph.D. in Political Science, 2019

    Liu Institute

  • Ting Lau

    Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2019

    Notre Dame Institute of Advanced Study

  • Jay Miller

    Ph.D. in English, 2020

    Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts

  • Amanda Nowak

    Ph.D. in Psychology, 2020

    The Graduate School

  • Lau Ortiz Mercado

    Ph.D. in English, 2021

    Shakespeare at Notre Dame

  • Anton Povzner

    Ph.D. in English, 2021

    Navari Center for Digital Scholarship

  • Christopher Rios-Sueverkruebbe

    Ph.D. in Theology, 2021

    Notre Dame Press

  • Justin Strong

    Ph.D. in Theology, 2019

    London Global Gateway

  • Dominique Vargas

    Ph.D. in English, 2021

    Notre Dame Learning

  • Rebecca West

    Ph.D. in Medieval Studies, 2020

    Universidad de los Andes, Chile

  • Rebecca Wiegel

    Ph.D. in Theology, 2019

    Gender Studies Program

  • Juliane Zenk

    Ph.D. in Psychology, 2020

    Graduate Student Life

  • Arnaud Zimmern

    Ph.D. in English, 2020

    Center for Digital Scholarship