Partnership Will Fund Humanities Professorships

October 15, 2015

The Huntington Library, a freestanding research institution in California, and the University of California at Riverside are starting a collaboration to hire faculty members in the humanities. The new assistant professors will each have full research fellowships at the Huntington, with the library covering their salaries for two years of their initial appointments. The library and the university say this is a way to add humanities professorships and to provide those who get the jobs with a path to advancing their careers.

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