We have assembled the following resources for our current students:
MALS Student Guide
The Guide provides an outline of degree requirements (core courses, transfer credits, thesis requirements, etc) as well as important information about holds, wellness, student life, etc.
An interactive online guidebook for students in the program that aims to continue a critical and collective conversation about the kinds of genres that you might encounter in the MALS program and in academic work more generally.
MALS Student Group
A website to build a stronger community among MALS students. It will also be a platform where students can support each other, share their ideas and experiences, and raise any questions or concerns they might have.
Internship, Travel, and Research Funds
MALS students are now eligible to apply for funds to support unpaid internships, travel, and research funds. Students can apply three times during the academic year: November 1, January 18, and April 5. Applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Career Planning and Professional Development
Offers many services that MALS students can take advantage of, including hosting events specifically for MALS students purusing Ph.D.s.