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  1. Digital Humanities (DH) Lab

    The Digital Humanities Lab (DHLab) is uniquely positioned to support graduate student professional development through its programs. The DH Certificate allows you to complete coursework, training, and project work to demonstrate digital humanities competencies. The DH Dissertation Fellowship provides a stipend, space, community, mentorship, and mini-grant funding for students building a digital dissertation component.

    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Office
  2. Directors of Graduate Studies (DGS)

    The Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) holds a crucial position in fostering a vibrant academic community and supporting the success of graduate students. The DGS provides academic guidance, program administration, recruitment and admissions oversight, student support, and policy development.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Information
  3. Discrimination & Harassment Resources

    Acts of discrimination and harassment are contrary to the community standards and ideals of our university. If you have experienced discrimination or harassment, been witness to a situation, or just need to talk, we encourage you to seek support. The resources, offices, and individuals highlighted on this site are available to provide guidance and to help you through informal or formal complaint procedures.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
    • Student Life & Community
    • Information
  4. Duke Graduate School Mentoring Toolkit

    The Duke Graduate School has created a variety of resources to support graduate students and faculty in building strong mentoring relationships.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Student Life & Community
    • Information
  5. Edward A. Bouchet Conference

    The annual Yale Bouchet Conference on Diversity and Graduate Education is a dynamic academic conference, drawing New Haven community residents, scholars, administrators, and graduate and undergraduate students from across the nation.

    • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Information
  6. Emerging Scholars Initiative

    The Office of the Provost has partnered with the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to create the Emerging Scholars Initiative.

    • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • PhD Stipend & Funding
    • Information
  7. English Language Program (ELP)

    The English Language Program (ELP), offered through the Center for Language Study (CLS), provides English language support to meet the needs of international students whose first language is not English. The ELP offers non-credit English courses in academic speaking, writing, presentation, and vocabulary during the academic year, as well as a Summer Academic Language Program for selected incoming PhD students.

    • International Students
    • Information
  8. FEAST for Teaching

    The Graduate School’s "Free Eating Attracts Students & Teachers" ("FEAST") program allows faculty course supervisors and their teaching fellows or part time acting instructors to discuss teaching issues over lunch.

    • Advising & Mentoring
    • Interdisciplinary Academic Opportunities
    • Professional Development & Career Strategy
    • Student Life & Community
    • Teaching
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