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

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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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Portrait of one of the new faculty members, Nazanin Andalibi
Pregnancy apps and online spaces fail to support individuals grieving a pregnancy loss – here’s what to do about it

Nazanin Andalibi wrote a piece for "The Conversation" about how search engines, social media, online support groups and pregnancy and fertility tracking apps often do not account for pregnancy loss.

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"Quoted by Diverse: Issues in Education. Associate Professor Lionel Robert. Can — and Should — Chatbots Help Students Navigate Mental Health Crises?" Headshot of Lionel Robert. UMSI logo.
Robert: Privacy, ethics among concerns with mental health chatbots

Using chatbots for mental health treatments has become commonplace, but UMSI associate professor Lionel Robert says the technology can pose issues around privacy, ethics and cultural appropriateness that should not be overlooked. 

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Nhan Le in front of a desktop computer. "Faces of UMSI: Nhan Le"
Nhan Le makes career switch to data science through UMSI’s MADS program

Nhan Le is living proof that a professional background in coding and computer science is not the only route to success in UMSI's Master of Applied Data Science program

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