Summer Program for doctoral students conducting Latinx, AI/AN, African American Research

Below find flyers for a virtual summer program that will be offered in conjunction with faculty from the Program for Research on Black Americans (PRBA) and its affiliated Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research (MCUAAAR). This summer program has been expanded and now includes doctoral students who are committed to conducting research with American Indian/Alaskan Native and Latinx populations. The lead faculty member for research with American Indian/Alaskan Natives is Lisa Wexler and David Cordova is the lead faculty member for Latinx research.

The 3 attached flyers contain details for applying to the workshop. The links to the application portals are unique to each flyer.


Virtual 2021 Summer Mentoring Workshop for Doctoral Students who conduct African American Research

Dates: June 2-4, 2021

Application deadline: Monday, April 19, 2021

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Virtual 2021 Summer Mentoring Workshop for Doctoral Students who conduct Latinx Research

Dates: June 2-4, 2021

Application deadline: Monday, May 3, 2021

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Virtual 2021 Summer Mentoring Workshop for Doctoral Students who conduct American Indian/Alaska Native Research

Dates: June 2-4, 2021

Application deadline: Monday, May 3, 2021

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Eligibility: Doctoral students.


This workshop emphasizes training in numerous areas including: 1) publishing in peer review journals, 2) writing grant proposals to the NIH, 3) the tenure process, 4) ethical conduct of research, 5) successful mentoring and collaborative relationships, and, most importantly, 6) how to navigate the academy.


The workshop is Virtual and will take place June 2-4, 2020.


This workshop is for doctoral students. The primary objectives are on research skill enhancement, career mentoring, and professional development. The majority of the professional development will take place with faculty in small groups.


Sheila Feld Collegiate Professor of Social Work School of Social Work University of Michigan

Faculty Associate Program for Research on Black Americans Institute for Social Research University of Michigan