Through a Rackham International Research Award, biogeochemistry Ph.D. candidate Rebecca Dzombak is looking for insight into the future of Earth’s climate in the ancient soils of Iceland, Scotland, and the Faroe Islands.
Rackham student Sebastian Ojeda leads a team of Michigan engineers in developing a water-treatment system for earthquake-ravaged Olmedo, Ecuador.
Presentations highlighted Rackham’s leadership in institutional research at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum.
Barbour Scholar Elham Asghari Adib explores the cellular roots of neurodegenerative disease.
Bowen will use her Lurcy Fellowship to conduct research on convents in early modern France.
Two graduate students—one from the School for Environment and Sustainability and one from the College of Engineering—helped to author a new study of the environmental impacts of flying cars.
Rackham professional and academic development director Laura Schram highlights six actions you can take to improve your professional relationships through positive communication.
Recent Rackham alum Molly Range helped model the tsunami that contributed to the downfall of the dinosaurs.
Brahim Medjahed joins Rackham Graduate School as an associate dean for academic programs and initiatives, overseeing the implementation of the first Rackham Ph.D. programs at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Sociology Ph.D. student Aunrika Tucker-Shabazz explores the unseen costs of discrimination in the way Black girls are punished in public schools.