Throughout the academic year, the School of Information hosts special guest lecture series on a variety of topics. These talks are open to the public at no charge. Additional guest speakers may be found on the Events calendar.
Sally Okun of PatientsLikeMe addresses the need to capture patient insights about health care delivery.
On November 16, 2012, U-M alumnus Dick Costolo (BS '85) discussed how he went from the trenches of computer science at U-M to leading a world-changing company.
See the video of this talk.
The John Seely Brown Symposium is sponsored by the School of Information with support from a gift by John Seely Brown.
The Google Lecture Series is intended to inspire all to explore entrepreneurial opportunities. The series is presented at the School of Information with support from Google and the CREATE student group at SI.
The Yahoo! Lecture Series will bring interesting speakers to UMSI to discuss today's relevant information-related topics.
The Multi-Ethnic Information Exchange student organization at UMSI presents issues related to diversity and inclusion.
Featured Information Research Student Talks is a series of brown bag lunches sponsored by UMSI doctoral students.
STIET-ICD Seminars focus on the use of incentive-centered design to deliver new and improved systems for human use of the Internet.
UMSI alumnus Louis Rosenfeld (MILS '90) spoke on "Beyond User Research" at the October 25, 2012 Rackham Centennial Alumni Lecture.