Faculty

From Classes to Careers

Whatever you teach, you're helping prepare FSU students for a successful future. As you know, studying the humanities prepares students in important ways for their post-college careers. Take a look at the list of essential skills and perspectives that employers look for, and that our students develop and refine in their humanities classes.


Research about Teaching in the Humanities

Visit Humanities & Careers in the News to read the latest articles about the value of studying the humanities, how the humanities can prepare students for a variety of industries, and job market and workforce trends.

We’ve also compiled a selection of articles that offer strategies for articulating the value of humanities education and supporting humanities programs:


Opportunities

Guidelines and applications will be available soon for the Faculty Fellow APR Program.