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Aayana Anand is using information science to mitigate health disparities across communities.

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UMSI students are using information science to design a new future for U-M’s historical library.

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Tyler Musgrave is using information science to reveal how social media shapes perceptions of identity. 

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Jiaxin Pei is using information science to help AI reflect more diverse viewpoints.

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UMSI students are using information science to share collections globally in 3D.

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Newly promoted UMSI faculty. Barbara Ericson. Patricia Garcia. Eric Gilbert. Erin Krupka. Sile O'Modhrain. Sarita Yardi Schoenebeck.
UMSI faculty promotions receive Board of Regents approval

Six University of Michigan School of Information faculty promotions were approved at the May 16, 2024 meeting of the University of Michigan Board of Regents. 

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A photo of five students reflected in a mirror in the Clinical Simulation Center, gathered around the glow of a laptop
In due course: How an experimental intro class shaped UMSI students’ paths

They were tasked with revolutionizing training for surgical residents. In the process, they laid the groundwork for their own futures as information professionals. 

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Featured by Detroit PBS. Associate professor David Jurgens. University of Michigan creates AI tools for campus, students.
Jurgens: U-M is taking the lead on creating AI tools for faculty, students

Through his course Using AI Effectively Jurgens is allowing students to use AI as a tool rather than a replacement for learning.

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