PhD in Cultural Studies

Assistantships

The Cultural Studies Program has a limited number of teaching and research assistantships for highly qualified students. If awarded a teaching assistantship, students with strong preparation may be assigned to teach their own course; others have the opportunity to develop their teaching skills by working closely with an outstanding faculty member.

Ayondela McDole

Ayondela McDole

Organizing to make seismic changes

Ayondela highlights the fellowship of students and the relationships with faculty as assets of the Cultural Studies Program.

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Pavithra Suresh

Pavithra Suresh

Integrating research ethics and personal values

Pavithra cares not just about the level of solidarity within the Cultural Studies Program, but also the numerous opportunities for professional development and support for students' future success.

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David Zeglen

David Zeglen

Teaching and planning for the future

As part of his funding, David teaches classes in the Cultural Studies program, giving him much needed experience for the future.

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