Ph.D. Candidate Sara Stein is working with a team to connect COVID-19 frontline workers with supports for their mental health.
Linguistics Ph.D. candidate Emily Sabo hopes to advance our understanding of how multilinguals produce and process language. She also really wants to crack you up.
As a former Michigan athlete and current Ph.D. candidate in the School of Public Health, Traci Carson brings a unique perspective to issues of mental health in college sports.
Dean Mike Solomon announced a multi-year plan at Rackham’s State of the School address.
The inaugural Rackham Faculty Symposium featured presentations and discussions around what is being learned about graduate-student academic life and what measures can be taken to meet the changing dynamics of research, scholarship, and career pathways.
We asked graduating students to share what they wish they would have known when they started graduate study.
M.F.A. student Cherline Bazile recently received a prestigious fellowship as she continues her journey as a first-generation American and a writer.
Rackham’s embedded counselor, Laura Monschau, talks frankly about issues she sees among graduate students and shares resources for those who feel that they’re struggling.
Clinical psychology Ph.D. candidate Erica Schulte looks into not only the underlying mechanisms that are similar between eating-related problems and addiction, but also the types of foods that might be especially rewarding or addictive.