Teaching and Technology (TeachTech) Collaborative offers workshops to faculty and students teams throughout the academic year, including sessions focused on effective management of dissertation and collaborative research projects.
The U-M Library Project Management Special Interest Group has put together a list of resources on project management, including tools and methodologies for students and researchers.
Graduate students can also sign up for U-M Project and Program Management Community of Practice Group to learn, share, and explore emerging methods and best practices in the management of their research and writing projects.
The ITS Project Management Forum organizes a series of technical training workshops for students and staff interested in improving their project management, leadership, and strategic management skills, particularly as they intersect with technology.
The Ross School of Business offers an elective course in fall and winter semesters, TO 616: Project Management, focusing on how to manage non-repetitive business activities such as construction, new product development and market introduction, consulting engagements, and organizational restructurings.