For as long as there has been human civilization, it has been shaped in part by the climate. Rackham history Ph.D. candidate David Patterson is exploring how medieval Europeans thought about the world around them.
Few mammals are as ubiquitous as the squirrel, but what makes them act the way they do? Rackham student Amy-Charlotte Devitz takes us into the mind of the bushy tailed rodent.
Through a new program, Rackham alum and former Barbour scholar SeoHyun Bae is empowering local people in Ethiopia to help their own communities.
Kirsten Elling, Rackham’s new embedded career counselor, talks about resources available to doctoral students, their job-search priorities, and the upcoming Ph.D. Connections conference.
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.