This workshop will give you tips for deciding if graduate education is in your future, as well as tips for the application process. You’ll learn how to identify and research the schools that are the best fit for you.
Once a month during the winter, Rackham is offering you an opportunity to join your fellow graduate students for a light breakfast to end your week. Rackham will be offering bagels, fruit, coffee and juice.
We will discuss the available resources on campus that are helpful for enhancing your job search process, including the U-M Libraries and The Career Center. We will also discuss how to optimize your use of these resources and get beyond a job posting in your job search.
Sharpen your interview skills through this hands-on interview training session. Participants will engage structured practice sessions using guided review sheets, and leave this session with more polished interview skills.
You may have seen cards, flowers or signs talking about Valentine's Day that is coming up on February 14, 2015. You may wonder why we celebrate Valentine's Day as an official holiday in the U.S. and what types of things Americans "do" to mark this holiday.
When you are close to defending your thesis or finishing up your postdoc project, everyone starts asking: so what’s next? That question is loaded with so many if's and how to's and when to's that it’s hard to come up with a good answer.
Take a moment out to mix and mingle with other first-gen graduate students over light refreshments. This is a special opportunity for graduate students to make connections with members of the First-Generation Support Network. A welcome will be offered from Rackham Graduate School.