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

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Morgan Miller is using information to connect people with empowering resources.

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

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

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Professor Mark Guzdial was a guest speaker with the Raspberry Pi Foundation. A teaspoon of computing in every subject: Broadening participation in computer science. A headshot of Mark Guzdial.
Guzdial: Just a “teaspoon” of computer science expose students to the world of computing

Does creating a computer science curriculum sound daunting? Professor Mark Guzdial suggests adding a “teaspoon” of computing to existing classes to increase coding exposure.

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"Congratulations 2022 UMSI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Awards Recipients."
UMSI announces 2022 DEI Awards recipients

Learn about this year's UMSI DEI Awards recipients and their far-reaching, positive effects on the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

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A group of MADS students standing together outside of North Quad
Master of Applied Data Science graduates celebrate achievements

On April 30, MADS students and their loved ones joined UMSI faculty and staff for a MADS graduates reception. 


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