The Dean's Office works together with faculty, staff, and students from around the campus and with other University offices to develop initiatives, define policies, and uphold the mission of the University through graduate education.
- Dean, Rackham Graduate School
- Vice Provost for Academic Affairs - Graduate Studies
- Assistant: Mary Weigelin
Assistant Dean John Godfrey
- Assistant Dean for International Education
- Contact Dean Godfrey
Assistant Dean Mark Kamimura-Jimenez
- Assistant Dean for Programs, Policy, and Diversity Initiatives
- Contact Dean Kamimura-Jimenez
Rackham Chief of Staff
Responsible for the strategic planning, allocation and management of finance, human resource, facilities, development, information technology, communications, programming, and research. Represents the school's interests on university policy and advisory committees and task forces.
- Room: 1130
- Phone: (734) 764-4401
- Fax: (734) 615-3832
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Tobias Dusette, Office Manager
- Rhonda Jacobs, Executive Assistant
- Zana Kwaiser, Manager Associate Deans' Initiatives
- LaTasha Mitchell, Administrative Assistant
- Regina Sims, Administrative Assistant
- Ida Faye Webster, Program Manager
- Mary Weigelin, Assistant to the Dean
Administers awards programs including the Distinguished Faculty Achievement Awards, Distinguished University Professorships, and more.
- Room: 1120
- Phone: (734) 764-4400
- Fax: (734) 615-3832
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rackham Board of Governors was established according to the terms of the Rackham bequest, which was accepted by the Board of Regents in September 1935. The bequest calls for the continued existence of this body. The President of the University serves as Chair of the Board and the Rackham Dean serves as Secretary. The three other members serve six-year terms. The Board itself approves the appointment of new members as vacancies arise.
The Rackham Executive Board is composed of elected faculty representatives who provide advice to the Dean regarding the operations of the Graduate School. The Executive Board’s responsibilities include oversight and authorization of academic policy and proposals for new degree and certificate programs, and decisions of Rackham faculty panels for student fellowships and awards.