Alumna Kerry Ard researches environmental inequality from its political causes to its ultimate consequences of disparities in human health.
The Faculty Allies Diversity Grant program aims to seed new and especially innovative ideas that will help sustain diverse and inclusive graduate student communities over the long term.
The inaugural Rackham Faculty Symposium featured presentations and discussions around what is being learned about graduate-student academic life and what measures can be taken to meet the changing dynamics of research, scholarship, and career pathways.
The Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship offers promising graduate students a year of funding so they can focus on completing projects that form the foundations of their scholarly careers.
The Rackham Program in Public Scholarship, with support from the U-M Office of Research, is pleased to announce its 2019 Public Scholarship grant awards to graduate students.
Bowen will use her Lurcy Fellowship to conduct research on convents in early modern France.
We asked graduating students to share what they wish they would have known when they started graduate study.
Each year, Rackham is proud to honor exceptional student research and outstanding instructors and faculty mentors. Browse the awards below to learn more and see this year’s recipients.
Rackham student Gordon Fitch discusses the findings of a new study on the impact of urbanization on pollinators.
Archeology doctoral student Erina Baci uses her training to explore the history of her family’s homeland.