RESOURCES Doctoral students benefit from the concentration’s close ties to the Georgia Museum of Art and the nearby resources of the High Museum and the Contemporary in Atlanta. They also take advantage of significant programming on campus, including a student-run lecture series that brings several outstanding art historians to campus each year. In addition, students benefit from a wide variety of activities organized by students and faculty in the School of Art, most notably the Visiting Artist & Scholar Lecture Series. Students graduating with a PhD in Art with a concentration in Art History routinely procure jobs at universities and museums and currently hold tenure track and curatorial positions. Lecture Series Art Library FUNDING All full-time doctoral students in Art with a concentration in Art History are currently funded and doctoral students are encouraged to apply annually for supplemental funding to support participation in conferences and special travel related to thesis research. Sources include the Willson Center for the Humanities and Arts, the Graduate School, Dodd Scholarships and Awards, and the Art History Area Support Fund. Find more information on graduate funding and research support here.