Epidemiology Ph.D. candidate Hannah Segaloff is aiming to develop a better understanding of predictors for influenza and to assess the effectiveness of vaccines.
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.
Rackham professional development and academic development program manager Deborah S. Willis gives advice on how to incorporate coaching conversations into your graduate school or postdoctoral experience.
Developed to fund initiatives that help all graduate students feel welcome and thrive in their studies at the University of Michigan, these grants aim to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts within graduate programs across the U-M campus.
In a new article from Inside Higher Ed, Rackham Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Initiatives Rita Chin discussed how to reform graduate education, particularly the advising process, to best serve students and their careers.