Through a Rackham International Research Award, biogeochemistry Ph.D. candidate Rebecca Dzombak is looking for insight into the future of Earth’s climate in the ancient soils of Iceland, Scotland, and the Faroe Islands.
2019 Barbour Scholar Bian Wang is uncovering the prehistoric ecology of the Great Plains through an unlikely source—fossilized teeth.
Rackham student Sebastian Ojeda leads a team of Michigan engineers in developing a water-treatment system for earthquake-ravaged Olmedo, Ecuador.
Archeology doctoral student Erina Baci uses her training to explore the history of her family’s homeland.
M.F.A. student Cherline Bazile recently received a prestigious fellowship as she continues her journey as a first-generation American and a writer.
Epidemiology Ph.D. candidate Hannah Segaloff is aiming to develop a better understanding of predictors for influenza and to assess the effectiveness of vaccines.