By Paula D. Wishart Professional Development, Rackham Graduate School October 22, 2014 - 1:20pm
I took a moment to share simple, effective and proven techniques for creating methods for accountability that lead to action in your career development, and are easy to apply to the busiest of graduate student or postdoc schedules.
I plan to defend my dissertation in the spring of 2015, which means that, for almost two months now, I haven’t been working on it at all – instead, I have been applying for jobs. The academic job market is unlike any other job search I have done.
By Larry Rowley Diversity and Mentoring, Rackham Graduate School October 20, 2014 - 10:35am
Rackham and its Mentoring Committee, MORE, are sponsoring a Mentoring Plan Workshop. A mentoring plan is a two-way agreement about needs and expectations written by a faculty research mentor and a graduate student mentee.
The Rackham Graduate School works with faculty, students and staff across the University of Michigan to promote excellence in graduate education for over 8,200 students in 108 Ph.D., 87 master's, and 34 certificate programs.