The Public Humanities Exchange (HEX) seeks graduate and undergraduate applicants

UWPRC affiliate, Dr. Heidi Brown and her academic and community-based colleagues, Tia Murray (Harambee Village) and Mariela Quesada Centeno (Roots4Change Coop) are excited to announce a funding opportunity in partnership with The Center for the Humanities and their program Public Humanities Exchange (HEX). Their study has the objective to develop and implement a comprehensive and interactive survey (in Spanish and English) to be administered to a wide range of non-conventional perinatal health professionals and midwives in the United States and abroad.

They are seeking two students (one undergrad and one graduate student) to assist during the Fall and Winter semesters, and possible the Summer of next year. The study can be performed virtually throughout. Visit HEX website for a more complete description of the positions and application’s guidelines. Please note, that the students need to apply through HEX or HEX-U, and then prospective students will be referred to the team. They have also created this short video to introduce the study with a more personal note.

For undergrads:

For graduate students:

If you have any question about the study before you decide to apply, email or