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U-M alum Jason Blessing shares his path from undergraduate in Ann Arbor to head of a high-flying software company.
How to reduce the welfare costs of temptation.
Tom Hyry presents a lecture on current and future trends in archiving during Homecoming 2015.
Guest lectures, a library lunch, and alumni reception are highlights of the UMSI Homecoming weekend, October 7-10.
The annual alumni awards recognize outstanding career achievements by graduates and friends of the School of Information.
Leigh Alexander, gaming journalist, is the featured speaker at the annual John Seely Brown Symposium on Technology and Society.
Christopher Brooks wins U-M grant to help students understand the impact of behaviors on their learning outcomes.
Assistant Professor Julia Adler-Milstein to compile best practices in Health IT for older adults.
Three distinguished individuals have been recognized for their contributions to the field of information.
Clinical Assistant Professor Kristin Fontichiaro received a $240,000 grant to improve data and information literacy instruction among librarians.
Five papers from UMSI students and faculty accepted to prestigious 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2015).
Professor Sile O'Modhrain describes some barriers to turning electronic text and images into quickly readable Braille.