Rackham students Kelsi Caywood and Elena Rosario offer their perspectives on co-creating curricula with public school teachers in Puerto Rico through an annual initiative with the University of Puerto Rico and the U-M Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Rackham’s Grad School 101 virtual events connect Rackham students with the U-M resources they need to succeed. Join us for Grad School 101’s inaugural Affinity Community Resource Week, Monday, September 18, to Friday, September 22.
Rackham alum Rebeca Villegas applies skills learned during Rackham’s Professional Development DEI Certificate Program to her work advancing environmental justice at the National Wildlife Federation.
The Kessler Scholars Collaborative, founded by U-M alumni Judy Kessler Wilpon and Fred Wilpon, has partnered with Rackham Graduate School to strengthen opportunities for first-generation students through U-M’s Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP).
At our Rackham Internship Connection events, you’ll get the tools you need to land the internships you want.
Dean Solomon reaffirms Rackham’s commitment to holistic admissions and the value of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
A scholar of medieval English literary and religious culture, Sanok will lead Rackham programs and initiatives in the humanities and arts.
Two Rackham students, Samuel Kerk and Aya Halabi, and their faculty mentors share how they’ve fostered positive and productive mentorship experiences—and how Rackham’s mentorship workshops have helped.
The Rackham Program in Public Scholarship supports publicly engaged scholarship through mutually beneficial projects created between Rackham students and community partners.
In an article published earlier this year, two Rackham staff members and a recent alumna investigated the demographic characteristics of who attends graduate school programming—and how that data can help shape future offerings.