by Matt Nelson | May 22, 2023 | News
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.
by Matt Nelson | Feb 16, 2023 | News
Doctor of Musical Arts candidate Bryan Ijames followed his ear, his heart, and some scholarly detective work to resurrect a forgotten piece by composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
by Matt Nelson | Dec 5, 2022 | News
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.
by Matt Nelson | Nov 22, 2022 | News
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.
by Matt Nelson | Feb 14, 2022 | News
A class built around collaboration with local government represents a new way to train students for societally engaged work.
by Matt Nelson | Apr 1, 2021 | News, Program in Public Scholarship
Program helps students advance knowledge and share ideas that enrich higher education and the broader community.
by Matt Nelson | Feb 13, 2020 | News
One hundred seven students were accompanied by friends, family, and faculty at this winter’s ceremony.
by Matt Nelson | Oct 19, 2018 | NewsWhile the U-M Library’s collection of ancient papyri includes pieces renowned throughout the world, Rackham Associate Dean Arthur Verhoogt finds some of the more obscure items in its catalog to be just as intriguing: A soldier’s letter home, a...
by Matt Nelson | Jun 26, 2018 | NewsAt this very moment in the outermost region of the solar system, in a distant ring of dwarf planets and icy detritus known as the Kuiper Belt, there’s an object that isn’t acting quite right. Its name, 2015 BP519, is not all that exciting. But the nature of its orbit,...
by Matt Nelson | Jun 23, 2018 | NewsFor millions of Americans, it isn’t enough to have a roof over their heads. They struggle to find the means to adequately heat or cool the places they call home, and that—particularly in households with elderly family members or small children—leaves them vulnerable...