The Rackham Professional Development and Engagement team has become aware of harmful business practices of some external career services vendors. Learn more about issues to avoid with external vendors and how U-M can support your professional development.
Rackham’s Grad School 101 virtual events connect Rackham students with the U-M resources they need to succeed. Join us for Grad School 101’s inaugural Affinity Community Resource Week, Monday, September 18, to Friday, September 22.
Two Rackham students, Samuel Kerk and Aya Halabi, and their faculty mentors share how they’ve fostered positive and productive mentorship experiences—and how Rackham’s mentorship workshops have helped.
Several excellent online resources for career exploration can be accessed any time, anywhere.
A mentor and a graduate student offer their perspectives on maintaining mental health—and a healthy degree of productivity—amid our current challenges.
Kirsten Elling, Rackham’s new embedded career counselor, talks about resources available to doctoral students, their job-search priorities, and the upcoming Ph.D. Connections conference.
Rackham professional and academic development director Laura Schram highlights six actions you can take to improve your professional relationships through positive communication.
Dean Mike Solomon shares thoughts and updates in the aftermath of U-M’s March 16 active-shooter alert.
Rackham’s embedded counselor, Laura Monschau, talks frankly about issues she sees among graduate students and shares resources for those who feel that they’re struggling.
Rackham Dean Mike Solomon welcomes students to the winter term and highlights a few upcoming Rackham initiatives along with broader resources Rackham offers to support students in their work and studies.