Rackham alum and U.S. diplomat David Kostelancik discusses his career path, foreign service, and the nature of America’s evolving relationship with Vladimir Putin.
One Rackham alum is hoping to take the mystery out of competitive gaming and help individuals and companies envision—and embrace—its future.
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.
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.
Rackham political science alumna and Barbour Scholarship recipient Mervat Hatem has dedicated her career to understanding the complex political realities that shape the world around us. Through a generous gift to Rackham, she’s working to ensure a new generation of scholars can follow in her footsteps.
Kyla McMullen is U-M’s first Black woman to graduate with a Ph.D. in computer science and engineering—and she’s driving change and scaling her influence with a podcast.
The Golden Goose Award is given in recognition of basic research that led to innovations to improve people’s lives.
U-M mathematics alumnus June Huh received one of the highest honors in the field.
Fifty years ago, Hobbs Moore became the first African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in physics.
Barbour Scholarship alumna Lili Liu has spent her career with the World Bank, helping governments around the world better serve their people.