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A new administrative position at UMSI will be devoted to implementing the school's strategic plan for DEI.
Paul Resnick receives presitigious university recognition for outstanding scholarship.
Voters consider more than their own personal preferences when voting, experiments suggest.
A study of U.S. presidential debates finds that matching certain aspects of an opponent’s language can lead to a bump in the polls.
Considering a graduate degree in information? Attend an on-site information session in October.
Paul Resnick, Michael D Cohen Collegiate Professor of Information and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs, receives prestigious university award.
Panels by Christian Sandvig on an antiquated anti-hacking law and Chuck Severance on evolving computer science education have been picked for SXSW 2017.
A study of U.S. presidential debates by UMSI assistant professor Daniel Romero found that matching certain aspects of an opponent’s language can lead to a bump in the polls.
The University of Michigan presents a two-day symposium marking the 50th anniversary of the flood that inundated Florence in 1966, destroying countless cultural treasures.
Patricia Garcia will discuss her new research grant on promoting computational learning for marginalized girls at a White House celebration of Champions of Change.
Applications are available this year for non-U-M students wishing to complete a BSI degree.