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Seelio at the University of Michigan

Seelio at UM

Founded by University of Michigan graduates, Seelio has deep roots in Ann Arbor and with the University of Michigan community. It makes sense that a lot of our initial learning and exploration with Seelio happened on Michigan’s campus. Over the last three years we’ve been proud to serve students in:

Hear from students, deans, and program officers across the university about how Seelio is helping them tell their story:


You can find us in classes and departments across campus, working with students and faculty to find a way to help students document their experiential learning in online portfolios. We love all of our partners, but we’ll always have a special appreciation for our hometown! Go blue!


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Learn more about bringing Seelio to your campus: seelio.com/educators

Career Series: Top 5 Tips to Master the Networking Game from a Ross BBA Grad

Hi, everyone. Rachael here! As a recent graduate from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, I’ve learned a lot about myself and how to land an internship or job. I’ve attended countless corporate presentations, networking sessions, and wrestled through many interviews. Through the ups and the downs of recruiting, I survived and I am here to share my story with Rachael Brunk Ross BBA Graduateyou!

While at Ross, I learned tips on how to master the networking game. Even though I was a business student, I believe the rules are the same for any major. It starts with leveraging your own network, building relationships, and maintaining these relationships with effective follow-up conversations. Whether you are applying for an internship, job, or submitting applications to graduate schools, I am happy to share my advice so you can become a networking master!

Learning Portfolios: Perspectives from Associate Dean, Dr. Lynn Wooten

Lynn Wooten, Associate Dean, Ross School of Business, learning portfoliosIntegrative Knowledge / Learning Portfolios at the Ross School of Business

We count ourselves as pretty lucky to get to learn from the best at the University of Michigan.

Just the other week, we invited Dr. Lynn Wooten, the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, to kick off our Seelio team retreat with her perspective on learning portfolios.

She has been integrating portfolios into coursework at the Ross School of Business for the past few years as a way to help students take knowledge from tacit (something they learn in the classroom) to explicit (something they can apply in real life).

Action-Based Learning Pyramid, Learning Portfolios

Dr. Wooten’s goals for action-based learning

Learning Portfolios in the Classroom

In Dr. Wooten’s curriculum, learning portfolios enable students to create a professional, digital identity where they develop: