Research Sheds Light on Students Most Likely to Seek Out Development Opportunities in Graduate School
A new study of six semesters of Rackham students found female, marginalized, and low income students are more likely to participate in professional and sociocultural development programming.
The Engaged Pedagogy Initiative was included in the NHA’s public humanities program training report.
Pharmacology Ph.D. candidate Loyda Morales leveraged her U-M education and launched a new career trajectory during her experience as a medical affairs intern at Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited, supported by the Rackham Doctoral Intern Fellowship Program.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, sociology Ph.D. candidate Kristin Foringer and a team of U-M researchers are working with the Reckoning Project to collect eyewitness testimonies of the violence—and use them to gather evidence of war crimes.
Rackham political science alumna and Barbour Scholarship recipient Mervat Hatem has dedicated her career to understanding the complex political realities that shape the world around us. Through a generous gift to Rackham, she’s working to ensure a new generation of scholars can follow in her footsteps.
Kyla McMullen is U-M’s first Black woman to graduate with a Ph.D. in computer science and engineering—and she’s driving change and scaling her influence with a podcast.
In a recently published article, two U-M staff members explore how a Rackham certificate program is contributing to significant learning and student success by training graduate students to work in diverse environments while fostering a climate of equity and inclusivity.
Faculty members and students in the Department of English Language and Literature are working together on initiatives to better prepare students for a wider range of career possibilities.
Erin Leary is in the second year of her Ph.D. in the Department of American Culture, researching the intersection of Indigenous studies and climate change. Leary’s (Re)mapping project seeks to recenter Indigenous knowledge through placemaking.
Dean Solomon highlights how the work of the Rackham community upholds its mission and values—especially when confronted by those whose speech seeks to distract and divide.