Join Interim Dean Michael J. Solomon and other Rackham staff for lunch, sign postcards thanking our generous donors, and learn more about how emergency funding helps graduate students in difficult situations. Make a gift!
Are you interested in learning how to effectively connect with colleagues and prospective employers? If so, this integrative workshop will help you to develop a strong pitch that can be used in the networking opportunities. This workshop will give you the tools to identify and connect with contacts that you never thought about before my learning about the networking process. Sponsored by the University Career Center.
Students, faculty, and staff members will share their research through posters and discussions. We invite you to discuss their work and engage across disciplines, generations, and communities to advance research and scholarship that addresses political, social, and economic injustices, and/or explores strategies for effective social justice mobilization.
Change it Up! brings bystander intervention skills to the University of Michigan community for the purpose of building inclusive, respectful, and safe communities. It is based on a nationally recognized four-stage bystander intervention model that helps individuals intervene in situations that negatively impact individuals, organizations, and the campus community.
The goal of the Mentoring Plan Workshop is to enhance the mentoring relationship between the student and research faculty mentor/advisor. During this workshop, students and faculty will have the opportunity to develop a mentoring plan. A mentoring plan is a two-way agreement about goals, needs, and expectations; it is co-written by the student and research faculty mentor/advisor.