On September 12, the future of graduate education and the positive impact of Rackham students and alumni in Detroit came into focus.
This is for graduate students committed to elevating rebellious voices, to being undisciplined interdisciplinarians, to pursuing radical ethics that set your soul on fire.
Jallicia Jolly discusses her research on how HIV-positive Black women in Detroit and beyond are connecting and advocating for more resources.
Writing in Inside Higher Ed, Rackham Program Manager for Public Scholarship Joseph Cialdella discusses the importance of knowing and articulating your approach to working with others.
Rackham mechanical engineering student Alejandro Azocar’s work blends artificial intelligence with high-torque motors to create the next generation of bionic prostheses.
The task force will focus on identifying and implementing specific changes that can be made to better support graduate-student mental health at U-M.
Earth and environmental sciences alum Professor Daniel Horton discusses the tools of climate-change research and his frustrations with the atmosphere surrounding it.
The AURA program gives undergraduate students from Ethiopia the opportunity to conduct summer research with U-M engineering faculty.
Rackham alum S. Craig Watkins explores young people’s engagement with media and technology, including how young creatives are using tech and social ingenuity to build a new innovation economy
Rackham English and education student Elizabeth Tacke explores the complex ways people communicate about disabilities and trauma.