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Rackham Doctoral Intern Fellowship Program

The Rackham Doctoral Intern Fellowship Program allows doctoral candidates to pursue a fully supported internship as part of their graduate training. Internships offer students a mentored experience in non-academic settings that is tailored to meet the needs of partner organizations. This initiative provides a crucial experiential learning opportunity for students, while demonstrating the value of their advanced abilities and knowledge to employers in a wide array of fields.

Institute for Social Research (ISR) – Rackham Summer Training Awards

Funds are available from Rackham Graduate School to encourage and support graduate students from the University of Michigan to attend ISR summer programs. Such support, in the form of grants administered by the Institute for Social Research, will be available on a competitive basis to a limited number of graduate students enrolled at the university.

Rackham Language Training Award

Assists Rackham doctoral students with language training expenses that contribute to academic progress toward the degree. Study of a language for which instruction is not available at U-M will be prioritized.

The Gupta Values Scholarship

Provides awards of $7,500 for spring/summer supports to students who have demonstrated integrity in the face of challenges, a commitment to human dignity, and a dedication to excellence in all they do both inside and outside the academy.

Radcliffe/Ramsdell Fellowship

Provides awards of up to $10,000 for U-M graduate students who wish to pursue advanced studies in this country or abroad in religious education or in preparation for the ministry.

Lurcy Fellowship for Study in France

Provides a stipend in the amount of $25,000 to students whose proposed project fits with the goals of the fellowship, which are to promote friendship and understanding between the peoples of the United States and France and, secondarily, between Americans and Europeans in general.