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Jean Hardy is using information to bring together LGBT people in rural areas.

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Hope Tambala is using information and AR/VR to turn data into decisions.

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Emily Trumpower is using information to help preterm babies get what they need to grow.

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Sierre Wolfkostin is using information to make customers' experiences easier and more fun.

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Corey S. is using information to ensure that history is forever and for everyone.

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3 smartphone screens. One has a quote from Drake that says Being different from everybody else just made me a lot stronger. The second has a meme of a cat with a hanger around its neck asking for assistance. The last has a picture of a goldfish and says "You are close to unlocking the next fish in the acquarium"
Open that app: Motivating people to use mobile health monitoring

Researchers use a novel approach to better understand how to engage people in mobile health monitoring.

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Privacy at Michigan Online Self-Defense Workshops
Privacy workshops to offer tips on securing personal data online

Members of the University of Michigan School of Information’s Security Privacy Interaction Lab will present online self-defense workshops on protecting accounts and devices and personal information as part of the Privacy@Michigan series of virtual events centering data privacy.

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Photo of Joshua Mollison at November 9, 2021 event BECOMING: Michelle Obama in Conversation. He stands and smiles in front of a large sign bearing the title of the event. In front of the sign are two large flower boxes, with leaves and purple flowers spilling over the top. “#BecomingOnBET. Mon. January 17. 7/6C.” BET logo.
BET broadcast features UMSI student in conversation with Michelle Obama

Where can your experience at UMSI take you? Bachelor of Science in Information senior Joshua Mollison was invited to represent the school at an event with former first lady Michelle Obama, filmed for broadcast on BET.

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