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.
This workshop is designed to help translate your CV into a resume. You will work with a skilled career coach on translating your CV into a resume. You will also learn the difference between CVs and resumes from an employer's perspective.
One-time volunteers help run a themed family reading night in collaboration with the Ginsberg Center for Community Service & Learning and Hamilton Crossing in Ypsilanti. Volunteers will facilitate stations that will engage families in activities based on the evening’s selected book.
Are you a Ph.D. student who is interested in exploring career options outside of academia? Join us, along with other Ph.D. students, to learn about MBTI Theory to explore the fit between personality and non-academic career options. Sponsored by The Career Center.
Once a month during the winter, 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.
STEM fields have so many great stories, but they can often be difficult to tell. In this workshop, participants will learn the basic fundamentals of narrative and storytelling and then apply those lessons to develop the story of their own work.
Learn how to quickly articulate your transferrable skills to an interviewer. This interactive, hands on workshop will help you prepare how to handle the toughest interview questions with skill and confidence.
Come and cast your vote for the best presentation at the Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT®), where Ph.D. students compete to deliver the best research presentation in just 3 minutes (and one slide).