Karl C.K. Ma made a $2.5 million gift to the Rackham Graduate School in 2017 to support students from Asia who wish to pursue careers in public service.
These grants of up to $80,000 each support the innovative projects of early-career researchers.
2019 Barbour Scholar Bian Wang is uncovering the prehistoric ecology of the Great Plains through an unlikely source—fossilized teeth.
A new fee will be applied to enrolled international students on the Ann Arbor campus starting in the fall term of 2019.
Mapp is a scholar of chemical biology with particular emphasis on gene transcription and multi-protein complexes.
Rackham student Sebastian Ojeda leads a team of Michigan engineers in developing a water-treatment system for earthquake-ravaged Olmedo, Ecuador.
Five Rackham students received prestigious international fellowships that will enable them to continue their studies abroad for much of the coming year.
Presentations highlighted Rackham’s leadership in institutional research at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum.
Four Rackham students share their thoughts after attending the AAAS CASE Workshop in Washington, D.C.
Barbour Scholar Elham Asghari Adib explores the cellular roots of neurodegenerative disease.