Students come to graduate and professional school energized and eager to learn. How does graduate school transform so many students into anxious and overwhelmed learners? How can we reimagine graduate education in a way that supports both rigorous education and wellbeing?
Applying problem solving tools, students from law, education, social work, the humanities, and other fields will grapple with how to redesign the university to help graduate students flourish to address this structural challenge.
Instructors: Bridgette Carr (Law), Margaret Hannon (Law), Laura Schram (Rackham), Shahnaz Broucek (Ross)
Register for the class here: https://problemsolving.law.umich.edu/registration/.