SILS PhD Opportunities at University of North Carolina

October 29, 2015

The School of Information and Library Science (SILS) at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applicants to our PhD program for
start in August 2016.

Our doctoral program provides intensive, highly flexible and customizable
preparation for a range of careers including those in academia and
research centers. 

The program consists of a combination of coursework and independent and
guided research in the areas of information interaction, organization and
search; archival science and digital curation; health informatics and 21st
century libraries. 

For those interested in pursuing faculty positions, we offer extensive
training in teaching and curriculum development.

We expect to provide 4 years of funding (tuition, stipend and health
insurance) to all PhD students.

The application period is open only until December 15.

For more information about our PhD Program and the application process

Questions? Email Professor Barbara Wildemuth, Doctoral Program Director,