A Witness for Those Under Siege
Journalist and documentarian Safa Al Ahmad was honored with the 2019 Wallenberg Medal for her courageous efforts to highlight the human cost of the conflict in Yemen.
Rackham Student Tackles Racialized Language for ESPN
Linguistics student Kelly E. Wright comments on media coverage of the fight between NFL players Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph.
Rackham Students Explore Film and Media Careers
Rackham students recently had the opportunity to talk with alumni and professionals in the film, television, and radio industries.
Backward Design Your Way to a Fulfilling Career
Rackham STEM Professional Development Program Manager Gina Shereda tackles designing your career with the end in mind.
Labor of Love
Rackham alumna and U-M Professor Ruth Zielinski promotes the benefits of midwifery and nursing in Michigan’s top-rated program and around the world.
The Mental Game
As a former Michigan athlete and current Ph.D. candidate in the School of Public Health, Traci Carson brings a unique perspective to issues of mental health in college sports.
At the Core: Character
Bouchet Honor Society member Dr. Meredith O. Hope explores the importance of character in academia and in life.
Among the Laureates
The 2019 Nobel Prizes were recently announced. This summer, Rackham physics student Grace Chesmore joined past winners and a select group of students from around the world at the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Rackham Hosts Minority Serving Institutions Summit
Rackham brought together representatives of Minority Serving Institutions from around the country in its first MSI Summit.
The Measure of a “Man”
Rackham psychology and women’s and gender studies student Erick Aguinaldo explores male identity and the cultural forces that create it.