University of Michigan graduate programs continue to be ranked highly in U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 Best Graduate Schools.
A former engineer and Barbour Scholar alumna Preeti Bansal Kshirsagar (M.P.H. ‘15) has created space for herself in the healthcare field. Now a dietitian-nutritionist with extensive training in integrative and functional medicine, Preeti runs a successful wellness practice focused on research-based holistic health. She shares how her experience at Rackham and the support of her community helped with the transition.
In a new study, Rackham public health student Astrid Zamora finds spending time in nature has significant mental and physical health benefits for teenagers and young adults.
New research led by Rackham public health Ph.D. student Delvon Mattingly shows Black COVID-19 patients in Michigan have nearly double the number of hospital stays and worse experiences with testing and care than their white counterparts.
School of Public Health Ph.D. candidate Sara Abelson was recognized for her advocacy, education, and research around student mental health.
School of Public Health Ph.D. candidate Sarah Rozenblum looks at what lessons the United States can learn from how European countries have approached reopening their economies in the wake of COVID-19.
The Hudson River has been the focus of a major pollution cleanup effort since 2002. But Rackham alumnus Jacob Kvasnicka found the cleanup itself poses risks.
Half of all graduate students experience psychological distress. Rackham students Sara Abelson and Janelle Goodwill are leveraging their public health and social work expertise to help their fellow peers across U-M.
The Rackham Program in Public Scholarship, with support from the U-M Office of Research, is pleased to announce its 2019 Public Scholarship grant awards to graduate students.