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.
Each year during Halloween, children dress up as some of the movies’ iconic villains. New research from Rackham developmental psychology Ph.D. student Valerie Umscheid reveals that they are capable of looking past these characters’ wicked deeds to the moral complexity beneath the surface.
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.
Two Rackham students, Samuel Kerk and Aya Halabi, and their faculty mentors share how they’ve fostered positive and productive mentorship experiences—and how Rackham’s mentorship workshops have helped.
A ubiquitous, environmentally toxic modern plastic, PVC was once considered unrecyclable. New research from a U-M team, including Rackham alumna Sofia Camarero, has found a way to not only recycle it, but to turn its toxic components into useful products.
Sociology doctoral candidate Aya Waller-Bey discussed trauma narratives and why we glorify hardship.
Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design M.F.A. alumnus and filmmaker Razi Jafri’s documentary raises awareness about the everyday struggles of refugees around the world.
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’.
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.