There’s no mistaking when it’s cold outside, but how our bodies know that has been an open question. Molecular and integrative physiology Ph.D. student Elizabeth Ronan is working to understand where that chilly feeling comes from.
One hundred seven students were accompanied by friends, family, and faculty at this winter’s ceremony.
Mentoring, department culture, student training, and access to care will all take central places in the task force’s work.
Dean Solomon addresses the COVID-19 virus epidemic, and the recent expansion of federal, country-based travel and immigration restrictions.
Leaders from top universities, foundations, and research organizations convened at Rackham to exchange ideas on the future of the graduate student experience.
The symposium, Advancing New Directions in Graduate Education, was held February 7, 2020, at the Rackham Building. It featured leaders from top universities, foundations, and research organizations, along with U-M faculty. Dean Solomon opened the symposium with the following remarks.
While the immediate health risk to the general public in the United States is considered low, U-M is closely monitoring an outbreak of novel coronavirus first detected in China.
Raskin is a pioneer in the microbial ecology of engineered water systems, with a focus on both safe drinking water and resource recovery from waste streams.
Rackham and Computer Science and Engineering alumnus Peter Wurman was recognized for his role in inventing the Kiva System, which has revolutionized how warehouses operate.
Asian carp are poised to enter Lake Michigan, but to what extent is a matter of debate. Rackham alumnus Peter Alsip’s research sheds light on the watery invaders’ potential whereabouts.