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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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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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A graphic with the text "Announcing: 2024 UMSI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards," the UMSI logo, and headshots of Pa Lor, James Reitz, Gabriela Marcu, Latitude Brown, Denny Starks and Krista Dunger
UMSI announces 2024 DEI Awards recipients

The annual awards recognize students, staff and faculty who have shown an action-oriented commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion at UMSI.

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"UMSI Alumni Snapshot. Claire-Isabelle Carlier. Master of Applied Data Science, 2021. Senior data scientist, Canada Post." Portrait of Claire-Isabelle Carlier.
For students, there’s nothing like the chance to do real projects

2021 MADS graduate Claire-Isabelle Carlier, senior data scientist at Canada Post, found the opportunities she needed at UMSI to make a successful career transition.

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A photo of Adriana Harmeyer posing with Jeopardy! host Ken Jennings
Meet UMSI alumna and “Jeopardy!” super-champion Adriana Harmeyer

In this Q&A, Adriana Harmeyer (MSI ’12) takes us behind the scenes of her 15-game streak on “Jeopardy!” and shares the impact she hopes to have as an archivist. 

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