Creating conference posters can be a big challenge – arranging the layout is often more difficult than creating the content! In this workshop, participants will learn how to use Adobe Illustrator to create high quality, eye-catching posters.
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.
Join Rackham Graduate School and Rackham Student Government (RSG) for our annual night of fun at Colonial Lanes on Friday, March 13th! We are sponsoring free bowling and shoe rental at the event. You are welcome to bring one adult guest and your child(ren) to the event.
A professional online presence is one of the best tools a scholar can employ to increase the visibility of their teaching and research, and to find potential jobs, collaborators, co-authors, and readers.
This session will provide practical strategies for approaching and handling difficult conversations that can get in the way of productive professional development. Based on work in The Young Professional's Survival Guide: From Cab Fares to Moral Snares by C.K.
This year’s symposium, Leading Innovation and Creating Connections, is a cross-disciplinary forum designed to provide graduate students and postdoctoral fellows the opportunity to present their original work to a supportive community of peers, colleagues and faculty.
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.