Introducing a new cohort of Pike Scholars
Pike Center is pleased to announce the launch of a new cohort of ten Pike Scholars in its Scholar Development program. The Pike Scholars program is aimed at those who are in a doctoral study program or who have recently completed one. Rising scholars work under the mentorship of an established scholar who is a Pike Center Fellow to grow in their vision for scholarship and in their practice of scholarship as they develop their publishing track record.
The new Pike Scholars (and their mentors) are:
Karl Anderbeck (working with Angela Kluge)
Virginia Beavon-Ham (working with Keith Snider)
Matt Crosland (working with Sherwood Lingenfelter)
June Dickie (working with Lynell Zogbo)
Rachel Hanna (working with Catherine Young)
Matthew Harley (working with Steve Nicolle)
Sangsok Son (working with Diane Dekker)
David Troolin (working with Dan Shaw)
Steve Watters (working with Gary Simons)
Brendon Yoder (working with René van den Berg)
See brief bios on the People page. Participants in the Pike Scholars program make a commitment to produce at least one publication per year over the course of the three-year program. Through the program they receive the funding support they need in order to present their work at conferences as a step in the publication process.