Please join the Black Humanities Collective this week for one of our last meetings of the semester. We will be joined by Kyera Singleton, PhD candidate in American Culture, and Austin McCoy, PhD candidate in History, who will share with us their experiences with conferencing, mentoring, and networking as advanced graduate students. Dinner will be served.
Conferencing, Mentoring, and Networking
PhD candidate in American Culture
PhD Candidate in History
Wednesday, 18 November
The Black Humanities Collective (BHC) is an interdisciplinary graduate student organization at the University of Michigan that fosters a community of scholars invested in the intellectual, professional, and social growth and development of students across disciplines whose research interests focus on the African Diaspora. In working toward our mission to affirm and improve the University's commitment to the intellectual and professional development of persons at the University of Michigan studying Africa and its Diaspora, we host a variety of events throughout the year that cater both to graduate and undergraduate students.