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For Rackham Students with Emergency Financial Needs

Attending graduate school is a significant investment of time and money. Some students leave full-time employment to pursue a graduate degree and find themselves balancing the costs of graduate school and daily living on a fixed income. What do you do in the event of an emergency or if you encounter an unforeseen expense?

Did you know that both the Rackham Graduate School and the larger university community have set aside funds to help see students through financial hardship? These funds are designed to ensure that an unforeseen crisis in your immediate family or other unanticipated events don’t threaten the successful completion of your degree.

How Health Care Works on Campus

Do you know how health care works on campus?

University Health Service (UHS) is your campus health clinic, providing comprehensive services in one building on central campus, very near Rackham Graduate School.

When you are a currently enrolled U-M student (Ann Arbor campus), most UHS services are free because they are covered by your health service fee, which is already paid as part of your tuition. If you have GradCare, you should know that UHS is a GradCare Primary Care Site.

Teaching RCR Certificate Program at the University of Illinois

Are you passionate about teaching? Are you engaged in thinking about research ethics? Would you like to create a course that teaches the responsible conduct of research at the U-M?

The Rackham Graduate School is seeking two Ph.D. students to participate in a graduate certification program in Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research hosted by the National Center for Professional and Research Ethics (NCPRE; see www.csl.illinois.edu/ethics-center) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Upon completion students will receive a TRCR certificate. The first on-campus meeting at UIUC will be January 17-19, 2013.

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