There are a number of campus resources and student organizations to support graduate student women on our campus. This welcome lunch is an informal way for you to meet other graduate women in programs across campus and to learn about the many ways you can get connected.
There are more than 300 student veterans and active duty students on our campus. You are invited to attend a casual welcome lunch to help you connect with other vets and active duty students across campus and learn what resources are available to you.
You are invited to join in a discussion with Dr. Gauthier, a Michigan alumnus who successfully moved from working in large tech companies to the culture of start-ups and finally founding his own business in 2012. Dr.
Hear from U-M graduate/professional school students about their successful strategies for finding, applying to and funding overseas internships – either through formal programs or self-found opportunities. The strategies communicated will be applicable to students in all fields.
Once a month during the fall, Rackham is offering you an opportunity to join your fellow graduate students for a light breakfast to kick off your week. Rackham will be offering bagels, fruit, coffee and juice.
Are you seeking to build on your technical talent to become a successful innovator? At this session, industry leaders will share with you how individuals create and deliver breakthrough innovations in mature firms.
Rackham and Students of Color of Rackham (SCOR) welcome new and returning students of color to a dinner event. Brief remarks from Rackham and SCOR will be offered. Come learn about the exciting plans for the year and mingle with your fellow students.
2:15pm – 3:25pm. Sharpen your interview skills through this hands-on interview training session. Participants will engage in structured practice sessions using guided review sheets, and leave this session with more polished interview skills.
12:55pm - 2:05pm. Sharpen your interview skills through this hands-on interview training session. Participants will engage in structured practice sessions using guided review sheets, and leave this session with more polished interview skills.
4:40 pm - 5:35 pm. Searching for academic jobs is an intellectually demanding and highly competitive process. Proactively and intentionally developing professional relationships can maximize your opportunities to stand out as a job candidate.