The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship supports outstanding doctoral candidates working on dissertations that are unusually creative, ambitious and impactful.
Established more than a century ago by Regent Levi Barbour, the prestigious Barbour Scholarship funds exceptional women from Asia and the Middle East as they pursue their graduate education at the University of Michigan.
Plan will take effect with the upcoming spring/summer term and bring Ph.D. student funding for the 2022–23 academic year to $36,084.
Guided by doctoral student survey and focus group data, faculty members in the Department of Mechanical Engineering are working together on program enhancements to prepare students for a wide range of careers.
Every dish has a story to tell. Rackham student and food historian Khánh Linh Trinh studies the evolution and legacy of the Vietnamese noodle soup phở’.
Flight technology has been continually evolving for over two centuries. Rackham aerospace engineering alumna Christina Harvey is looking to write the next chapter in that story by looking at the creatures who do it better than anyone: birds.
Named for the first African American doctoral recipient in the United States, the Bouchet Society recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement and promotes diversity and excellence in doctoral education.
Doctor of Musical Arts candidate Bryan Ijames followed his ear, his heart, and some scholarly detective work to resurrect a forgotten piece by composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Architecture and civil engineering graduate Manuel Martinez is the on-site superintendent for the construction company turning the Detroit landmark into a major office center.
Research Sheds Light on Students Most Likely to Seek Out Development Opportunities in Graduate School
A new study of six semesters of Rackham students found female, marginalized, and low income students are more likely to participate in professional and sociocultural development programming.