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Chloe Preble is using information and VR to make chemotherapy safer.

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Ermias Bizuwork is using information to help save the Great Lakes.

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Josh Horowitz is using information to make art more immersive.

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Briarre Johnson is using information to reimagine how we interact with cars.

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An Doan is using information to help small businesses thrive online.

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“UMSI DEI Winter Community Reads. Viral Justice by Dr. Ruha Benjamin. A series of discussions and read-togethers throughout January-March. Lecture by author, March 14.” Portrait of Dr. Ruha Benjamin. Cover of “Viral Justice: How We Grow the World We Want” shows silhouetted face covered by rainbow flowers and foliage.
UMSI community reads “Viral Justice”

Students, faculty and staff are invited to join UMSI community discussions of Ruha Benjamin’s book “Viral Justice.” All discussions will include recaps or read-togethers.

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Quoted by Vice. Associate professor Libby Hemphill. Twitter's latest chaotic move will kill the site's best bots, account owners say.
Hemphill: Twitter’s chaos is “hard to manage.”

UMSI associate professor Libby Hemphill says Twitter’s changes to its Application Program Interface (API) will negatively impact researchers and users.

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Quoted by article 14. Associate professor Joyojeet Pal. Men's rights activism in India is evolving, Intersecting with Right Wing Campaigns.
Pal: Men’s rights activists in India are spreading misogynistic content online

UMSI associate professor Joyojeet Pal says more people can counter misogynistic online content by “calling out bad behavior.”

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