Guidelines and forms for establishing the dissertation committee.
Rackham Graduate School provides workshops supporting graduate coordinators and program staff throughout the University of Michigan.
Communication is the ability to effectively convey your research and scholarship to multiple audiences and in a variety of media.
This resource summarizes the major stressors students are facing during these stressful times, and provides guidance that mentors and graduate programs can use to support them.
While COVID-19 limits our in-person interactions, our opportunities to build community have expanded. This guide will help you create spaces where participants feel supported and engaged.
To facilitate remote programming during the fall 2020 hybrid semester, we have created this resource page of tips and best practices from across U-M and beyond.
Faculty and Program Funding
- Dean’s Strategic Initiatives
- Supplemental Block Grants to Rackham Programs to Support Ph.D. Student Engagement in Fall 2020 Curricular Development
- Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) Outreach and Planning Grants
- Minority Serving Institutions (MSI) Collaboration and Implementation Grants
- National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend
- Rackham Recruitment Grant
- Rackham Faculty Allies and Student Ally Diversity Grants
- Rackham Recruiting Bootcamp Grant (ReBoot)
- Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshops (RIW)
- Michigan Meetings
Honors and Awards
- Distinguished Faculty Achievement Awards
- Distinguished University Professorships
- Faculty Recognition Awards
- Henry Russel Award
- Henry Russel Lectureship
- John H. D’Arms Faculty Awards for Distinguished Graduate Mentoring in the Humanities
- Rackham Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award
- Rackham Master’s Mentoring Award
- Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards
- ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Awards