Rackham alum Max Radin followed a path from applied physics to quantum computing and software design.
Wireless charging is already taking hold. But imagine charging your home appliances or even your car without a single wire. Rackham electrical engineering student Xin Zan is working to make that—and more—a reality.
Dean Mike Solomon announced a multi-year plan at Rackham’s State of the School address.
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.
Dean Mike Solomon highlights ways that Rackham can support students at every stage of their graduate education.
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.