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

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2024 UMSI Student Project Exposition award recipients announced

15 top projects earned awards, representing excellence in user experience design, digital curation, civic engagement, entrepreneurship and more. 

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UMSI launches Global Engagement Fellowship

A new program encourages UMSI students to go beyond passive participation when studying abroad – preparing them with skills that will take them far, and remain relevant on their return. 

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UMSI Research. Born Accessible Data Science and Visualization Courses: Challenges of Developing Curriculum to be Taught by Blind Instructors to Blind Students. Sile O'Modhrain. Associate Professor.
Faculty Research Highlight: Sile O’Modhrain

O’Modhrain’s new paper explores learning opportunities and teaching strategies of data science and visualization tailored for blind people.

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