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"Harvard Radcliffe Institute, William Bentinck-Smith Fellow, Tawanna Dillahunt, Associate Professor." Text in an award ribbon shape. Headshot of Tawanna Dillahunt.
Tawanna Dillahunt selected as a 2022-23 Radcliffe Institute Fellow

Associate professor Tawanna Dillahunt earns a spot in the 2022-23 cohort of Fellows at the Harvard Radcliffe Institute. She will spend the year working on a project that focuses on raising marginalized voices in Detroit.

 

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Newly promoted UMSI faculty: Ceren Budak, Alain D. Cohn, Michael Nebeling, Stephen W. Oney, Lionel P. Robert, and Florian Schaub
Board of Regents approve 6 UMSI faculty for promotions

Six UMSI faculty members were promoted by the Board of Regents. Their new positions go into effect this fall.

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“UMSI Alumni Snapshot. Nisreen Salka. Master of Science in Information, 2018. Senior Director of Design Research. Rocket Central.”
‘Just live a little and play a little. You do your best work when you are happy.’ Nisreen Salka on finding your ‘happy place’

Nisreen Salka is a 2018 Master of Science in Information graduate. She specializes in human-computer interaction and is currently the senior director of design research at Rocket Central.

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