The program supports numerous graduate students in various participating departments such as English, History, and Modern Languages. These students frequently draw on Medieval and Renaissance faculty from other departments as readers and committee members, a practice that increases the interdisciplinary rigor and appeal of our graduate students’ work.  As a result of this collaboration and the good work of faculty and students within their departments, our students have presented at national conferences, published in respected academic journals, and continued on to become faculty colleagues at other institutions.
Graduate Student Nate Probasco