ACLS Public Fellowship

I’m happy to finally announce that I’ve been named a 2014 ACLS Public Fellow. For the next two years, I’ll be working with To the Best of Our Knowledge, an arts and humanities radio show produced by Wisconsin Public Radio and distributed nationally by PRI. If you’re a reader of this blog and haven’t heard the show—or haven’t checked it on out in a while—please do. (You can grab the podcasts in iTunes here.) Each hour-long show explores a theme through in-depth interviews as well as some shorter segments.

Over the last year or so, the producers of the program have been “rethinking the show from top to bottom”, and I’m excited to jump in and be a part of that process in my role as digital producer. I’ll be mostly working on online and other non-broadcast projects to start, so keep your eyes on this space and the TTBOOK website for more details as they unfold. I officially start in September.

As excited as I am for this new opportunity, I’m equally sad to be leaving Penn State and the IAH, which has been an incredibly supportive home for the last year. This will always be the place that gave me my first job, and I’ll forever be grateful to Michael Bérubé and Hester Blum and all of the great people I’ve met here in State College.

Still: On Wisconsin!



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