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Student teams heading to India to help solve pressing information problems at six diverse non-profits will share their projects, hopes and plans.
Dr. Christine Borgman discusses the changing landscape of scholarly knowledge vis-a-vis the deluge of big data.
Students showcase the projects they've created as part of their Citizen Interaction Design course, working to improve communication between citizens and goverment in the city of Jackson, Michigan.
Douglas Van Houweling, UMSI professor and associate dean for research and innovation, is recognized for his contributions to the development of the Internet.
An innovative system designed for monitoring and enhancing children’s oral hygiene took the top prize at the 2014 expoSItion.
A new massive open online course (MOOC) in Python, by associate professor Charles Severance, is designed to empower the students to become teachers of the programming language.
UMSI professor and associate dean Douglas Van Houweling has been inducted into the 2014 Internet Hall of Fame.
UMSI assistant professor Joyojeet Pal studied how assistive technology helps visually impaired people in Peru, Jordan, and India.
The School of Information becomes the first iSchool to offer a Master's International program incorporating Peace Corps service, and Paul D. Coverdell fellowships for returning volunteers.
UMSI brought Michigan to SXSW 2014: check it out!