Sociology and public policy Ph.D. candidate Lydia Wileden discusses the results of a new U-M survey documenting employment trends among Detroit households.
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Associate Dean Rita Chin helped develop a collaborative course for history graduate students with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, giving them practical experience working side-by-side with experts to improve the museum’s online exhibits.
Social work and sociology Ph.D. candidate Charles Williams II used his scholarly training, civil rights experience, and position as a Baptist pastor to connect the city’s most vulnerable to the care they needed.
In a new study, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Ph.D. alumnus Michael Grundler found evidence that snake species rapidly diversified in the wake of the extinction of the dinosaurs using secrets locked in the species’ genome.
Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Brendan Nash helped identify a 13,000-year-old Paleoindian camp in St. Joseph County, now thought to be the earliest archaeological site in Michigan.
In a new study, Rackham public health student Astrid Zamora finds spending time in nature has significant mental and physical health benefits for teenagers and young adults.
The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering fellowships fund the work of current and prospective students in scientific computing.
For nearly three decades, Assistant Dean John Godfrey has been an unwavering advocate for international students.
The Rackham Program in Public Scholarship supports publicly engaged scholarship through mutually beneficial projects created between Rackham students and community partners that co-create public goods based on community-needs and interests.