Employment: Public Humanities Fellow, The Newberry Library
The Newberry Library’s D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies seeks an early career scholar in Indigenous Studies to serve as a Public Humanities Fellow for two years, beginning in September 2020. The Fellow will assist with the activities of a grant (funding pending) that will develop strategies to make the Indigenous Studies collection at the Newberry Library more accessible and useful to Native communities in the United States.
Volunteer: University Bookstore Board of Trustees Member
Now recruiting for University Book Store student trustees for 2020-2023 The University Book Store has been an integral part of UW and its students, faculty, and staff for 120 year. Because of multiple graduating trustees this year, ASUW is actively looking for undergraduates to apply to be a trustee on the board. The U Book Store is going through some of the most dramatic change in its history, and student trustees will play a vital role in the future of the Book Store. No experience is necessary, and students will learn about many facets of the Book Store’s business and development plans, including: