Erin Corber (PhD, 2013) is currently Graduate Career Advisor in McGill University's Career Planning Service where she provides career exploration advising, vitae and job-narrative preparation, and design-thinking workshops. She also consults with the Montreal Holocaust Museum on content and docent training. Dr. Corber has also recently launched an urban-landscapes art series that draws on the many lives she's had as a post-doctoral researcher.
Stephanie Huezo, Ph.D. candidate in Latin American History, won the John H. Edwards Fellowship for 2016-17 and the 2015-16 Won-Joon Yoon Scholarship, which honors Won-Joon Yoon, a young and bright Korean graduate student at Indiana University who was a victim of extremist violence."History, and oral history interviews in particular, have helped me think about the silences. What people don't say actually tells a story. What was their moment of silence about?"
Congratulations to Chris Clements, Ph.D. 2016 in Native American History, who has been awarded the 2016-2017 Global American Studies postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University's Charles Warren Center."The professionalization here, the teaching and journal experiences at IU are unique, and they set grad students from here up for success whether we stay in this world or whether we move outside of it."