The Summer Program in Public Engagement and the Humanities affords a group of six faculty and six graduate students the opportunity to learn the tools of public engagement, explore why those tools matter for humanists, and apply their new knowledge and shared...
This year, the Rackham Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week will take place April 1–5. The week’s activities will feature a number of events aimed at showing our appreciation for graduate students with breakfasts, social events, and networking opportunities.
Recent Rackham alum Molly Range helped model the tsunami that contributed to the downfall of the dinosaurs.
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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.
Rackham’s embedded counselor, Laura Monschau, talks frankly about issues she sees among graduate students and shares resources for those who feel that they’re struggling.
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.
As part of a broader, campus-wide strategy of complementary efforts, Rackham will offer two related funding opportunities through the MSI Outreach and Collaboration Grant competition. These grants seek to increase access of diverse students from MSIs to U-M.
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.
Ph.D. student Jallicia Jolly explores why, despite biomedical developments that aim to reduce the spread of HIV transmission, the pandemic continues to disproportionately impact the poorest and socioeconomically disadvantaged sectors of our population.