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The HMU Fellowship in Ideas is a writing and discussion project in the humanities designed for a recent university graduate from any field who has an interest in the humanities, interdisciplinary dialogue, and intellectual and professional enrichment. The Fellowship offers emerging scholars exposure to the history of ideas in Western civilization, networking opportunities amongst an array of academicians, lifelong learners, readers, and thinkers from a broad range of disciplines, and credited authorship in two university publications.
The Role of the Fellows
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The successful applicant to the HMU Fellowship in Ideas will enjoy the following benefits:
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Harrison Middleton University is a not-for-profit private distance-learning university offering Master of Arts, Doctor of Arts, and Doctor of Education programs in the humanities. Like a handful of traditional, brick-and-mortar liberal arts colleges, Harrison Middleton University focuses its scope on the teachings of the Great Ideas and Great Books.
In addition to degree programs, Harrison Middleton University offers continuing education units in humanities.
Harrison Middleton University was founded in 1998. It is nationally accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), which is recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). On September 20, 2017, DEAC was granted renewed recognition as an accreditor from the United States Department of Education for a period of five years.
On June 25, 2015, Harrison Middleton University was approved by the Arizona SARA Council to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education http://nc-sara.org/states/az. Its office is located in Tempe, Arizona.
Harrison Middleton University partnered with the Great Books Foundation on the publication of Great Ideas in Popular Culture, three anthologies on music, film, and television: Sound Bites: Big Ideas in Popular Music; Double Features: Big Ideas in Film; and Tube Talk: Big Ideas in Television.