Rackham alumna and U-M Professor Ruth Zielinski promotes the benefits of midwifery and nursing in Michigan’s top-rated program and around the world.
Rackham alum Max Radin followed a path from applied physics to quantum computing and software design.
Earth and environmental sciences alum Professor Daniel Horton discusses the tools of climate-change research and his frustrations with the atmosphere surrounding it.
Alumna Kerry Ard researches environmental inequality from its political causes to its ultimate consequences of disparities in human health.
As CEO of Odyssey Space Research, Brian Rishikof applies his Rackham engineering degree to innovation and safety in human spaceflight.
Recent Rackham alum Molly Range helped model the tsunami that contributed to the downfall of the dinosaurs.
Diversity in STEM fields has been a challenge for decades. To better understand the dynamics involved, one Rackham alum looks at the experiences of those entering and engaged in STEM study.
Alumna and MacArthur Fellow Shannon Lee Dawdy is collaborating with a documentary filmmaker to explore recent changes in how Americans approach the topic of death.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we look at the research of alum Sven Nyholm, whose work includes exploring the possibilities and ethics of robot romance.
Karen E. Smith reflects on the gender and class challenges she faced in the pursuit of her dream of becoming a mathematician—and on the challenges women in STEM still face.