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The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship is one of the most prestigious awards granted by the Rackham Graduate School.
Two graduate students—one from the School for Environment and Sustainability and one from the College of Engineering—helped to author a new study of the environmental impacts of flying cars.
Rackham professional and academic development director Laura Schram highlights six actions you can take to improve your professional relationships through positive communication.
Through the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards, Rackham recognizes scholars who have been nominated by their program for teaching excellence.
On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, the Rackham Graduate School honored the 102nd cohort of Barbour Scholars—eight high-achieving women who come from a vast array of backgrounds and fields of study.
Dean Mike Solomon shares thoughts and updates in the aftermath of U-M’s March 16 active-shooter alert.
The ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award recognizes exceptional and unusually interesting work produced by doctoral students. Each year, Rackham invites faculty to nominate outstanding dissertations produced in their programs. The nomination dossiers submitted are read and discussed by a review panel of faculty members who identify the finalists.
The Summer Program in Public Engagement and the Humanities affords a group of six faculty and six graduate students the opportunity to learn the tools of public engagement, explore why those tools matter for humanists, and apply their new knowledge and shared...
This year, the Rackham Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week will take place April 1–5. The week’s activities will feature a number of events aimed at showing our appreciation for graduate students with breakfasts, social events, and networking opportunities.
The “Best Graduate Schools” rankings are based on expert opinions about program excellence and on statistical indicators that measure the quality of a school’s faculty, research, and students.
Diversity in STEM fields has been a challenge for decades. To better understand the dynamics involved, one Rackham alum looks at the experiences of those entering and engaged in STEM study.
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