In this Q&A, Richard Nunn, senior program lead and SROP coordinator, shares his thoughts on the program’s greatest impacts, needs, and vision.
U-M Department of Psychology Ph.D. student Janae Sayler discusses her experiences as a Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) participant and how the program’s commitment to mentorship and community building helped her get into grad school.
U-M Department of Political Science Ph.D. student Caroline Lindey discusses her experiences as a Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) participant and how the program creates powerful change for individuals and for academia.
Rackham students Kelsi Caywood and Elena Rosario offer their perspectives on co-creating curricula with public school teachers in Puerto Rico through an annual initiative with the University of Puerto Rico and the U-M Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Rackham alum Rebeca Villegas applies skills learned during Rackham’s Professional Development DEI Certificate Program to her work advancing environmental justice at the National Wildlife Federation.
The Kessler Scholars Collaborative, founded by U-M alumni Judy Kessler Wilpon and Fred Wilpon, has partnered with Rackham Graduate School to strengthen opportunities for first-generation students through U-M’s Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP).