Are you a Ph.D. student interested in fine-tuning your oral presentation skills? Will you soon be giving presentations as a part of a job interview? Would you like to be able to explain your research to your family and friends?
Rackham and its Mentoring Committee, MORE, are sponsoring a Mentoring Plan Workshop on Friday, November 6th. The goal of the Mentoring Plan Workshop is to enhance the mentoring relationship between the student and research faculty mentor
Learn how to approach networking the engineers’ way - with a formula! In this session, we will teach you how to develop a strategic list of 40 organizations to target, as well as provide you with strategies on how to identify and reach out to potential contacts at these organizations.
Having a successful academic career requires years of intensive work and concentrated focus. Graduate students and postdocs interested in raising a family often have questions about how parents manage their scholarly and personal responsibilities.
Interested in teaching at a liberal arts college? A faculty panel from liberal arts colleges will discuss job search strategies and faculty worklife. In addition, participants will learn about the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships at Oberlin
Wayne State University and Michigan State University doctoral students, Esmat Ishag-Osman and Nathaniel Bean, will be putting together a Versatile Ph.D. local meet up in Detroit, MI. They are inviting University of Michigan Students to join in on the conversation.
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.