- Humanities Institute Graduate Student Fellowships
- GTC+ Grants
- U-M Professional Development Resources for Humanities Graduate Students
- Writing Communities
- Modes of Scholarly Communication
- Presentations to Different Kinds of Audiences
- Attending Conferences
- Managing the Public Profile
- Teaching and Pedagogy
- Digital Skills and Tools
- Human Subjects Research
- Project Management
- Grant Proposal Writing and Budgeting
- Writing and Communication
- Institutional Leadership
- Opportunities with Regard to Multiple Career Horizons
- Preparing for the Academic Job Search
- Preparing for the Search for Other Kinds of Academic Positions
- Preparing for the Search for Positions Outside the Academy
- Public Scholarship and Community Engagement
- HWW Predoctoral Career Diversity Summer Workshop
- Digital Humanities Summer Institute
Rackham’s Professional Development Leader (RPDL) Program identifies and trains a core of graduate students from across the university to serve as professional development leaders within departments to liaise between Rackham and graduate programs in a variety of ways, including facilitate workshops and coordinate activities and resources related to student’s professional development.
The Office of Faculty Affairs and Faculty Development in the U-M Medical School offers a series of workshops on leadership development and interpersonal skills that would interest graduate students in the humanities.
The U-M Munger Graduate Residence runs a Transdisciplinary Fellows Program for graduate students to hone their leadership and program coordination skills through workshop planning and campus-community dialogues.
Learning and Professional Development (LPD) offers an array of educational sessions to help students, staff, and faculty work with and on their leadership and communication skills.
The Women’s Resource Center at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, coordinates sending Michigan women to the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL).
The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR) educates students and staff on social justice and intergroup relations through engaged-learning courses, research projects, and leadership opportunities.