Few mammals are as ubiquitous as the squirrel, but what makes them act the way they do? Rackham student Amy-Charlotte Devitz takes us into the mind of the bushy tailed rodent.
Linguistics Ph.D. candidate Emily Sabo hopes to advance our understanding of how multilinguals produce and process language. She also really wants to crack you up.
There’s no mistaking when it’s cold outside, but how our bodies know that has been an open question. Molecular and integrative physiology Ph.D. student Elizabeth Ronan is working to understand where that chilly feeling comes from.
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.
Rackham architecture student Alaa Algargoosh uses virtual reality technology to recreate historic buildings and better understand the experience of being in them.
The 2019 Nobel Prizes were recently announced. This summer, Rackham physics student Grace Chesmore joined past winners and a select group of students from around the world at the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Educational studies doctoral student Kimberly Ransom is bringing childhood voices back into the story of the historic Rosenwald school in Pickens County, Alabama.
Rackham English and education student Elizabeth Tacke explores the complex ways people communicate about disabilities and trauma.