Rackham’s Strategic Vision for Graduate Education
Rackham is leading a charge to reenvision graduate education at U-M in a way that is student centered and faculty led, and that emphasizes a holistic view of graduate training.
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Stories, blog posts, and more illuminating the experiences of graduate life and highlighting the impact of our students’ critical research.
U-M mathematics alumnus June Huh received one of the highest honors in the field.
The Anti-Racism Collaborative has awarded over $122,000 in summer research grants to 26 U-M graduate students.
Fifty years ago, Hobbs Moore became the first African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in physics.
The 1913 copper mine strike changed Michigan history forever, and the novel The Women of the Copper Country highlights the central role women played in the struggle. Comparative literature Ph.D. candidate Júlia Irion Martins prepared a statewide reader’s guide to …
Rackham by the Numbers
Browse statistics and interactive visualizations of the activity and culture of our graduate programs, including data on enrollment, funding, completion rates, and placement.