There are several Graduate School 2020 Summer Proctorships available at the Library!
The application can be found in UFunds. Once on the UFunds page, click on Graduate School COVID-19 Fund, then select “Graduate School 2020 Summer Proctorship Positions.”
Descriptions of the opportunities are available on the Graduate School website. The application deadline is May 13.
The proctorships available at the Library are:
- Portuguese and Spanish Collections Guides Proctor (Academic Engagement – Portuguese and Spanish)
- Slavic Studies Collections Proctor (Academic Engagement – Slavic Studies)
- Digital Scholarship Proctor (Center for Digital Scholarship – Digital Publication Initiative)
- Slavery and Justice Digital Scholarship Proctor (Center for Digital Scholarship – Slavery and Justice Report)
- Digital Preservation Metadata Proctor (Digital Preservation – Metadata Support)
- Special Collections Exhibition Proctor (Special Collections – Exhibitions)
- Special Collections Online Pedagogy Proctor (Special Collections – Teaching Modules)
- Special Collections Web Collecting Proctor (Special Collections – Web Collecting)
Recipients of Summer Proctorship positions will participate in project-based, internship-style experiences. The goal is to offer graduate students whose research and study have been impacted by COVID-19 new professional and career development opportunities to enhance their experience and skills.
Eligibility: These proctorships are intended for PhD students whose total summer support would otherwise fall below the equivalent of three months of the standard academic-year stipend amount ($8,758.68). The time commitment expected is approximately 100 hours over Summer 2020.