With support from the Rackham Program in Public Scholarship, U-M philosophy Ph.D. alum Zoë A. Johnson King co-founded the Michigan High School Ethics Bowl, helping high school students explore and apply moral philosophy to local issues.
Rackham Graduate School provides an update on planning to allow for extended time to degree due to the disruption of the past year.
The report calls on Rackham and U-M graduate programs to better support graduate students who request disability accommodations.
The task force will assess the work of the U-M Division of Public Safety and Security and make recommendations for improvements.
Parrish is known for her scholarship on the intersections of race, environment, and knowledge-making in the Anglophone Atlantic world.
Dean Solomon outlines resources and programming available to Rackham students in the winter 2021 term.
Applications are open to all U-M graduate programs for 2021-2022 Rackham Faculty Allies and Student Ally Diversity Grants.
In 2019, U-M launched a commission to help it achieve carbon neutrality. Rackham nursing graduate Megan Czerwinski used her expertise in sustainability and health education to help members of the U-M community understand the stakes and learn how they can contribute.
Whether falling on the Rackham Building or festooning the Law Quad, snow (at least for a little while) is one of winter’s charms. Take a minute to enjoy these pictures of wintertime on campus through the years.
Rackham Professional and Academic Development Program Lead Deborah Willis writes about vetting prospective employers for commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.