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Love data? Love sports? This symposium could be just the ticket.
A theory-driven approach to identifying and lowering barriers to achievement in online environments.
Top companies attend, offering UMSI students an opportunity to meet with potential employers.
Speakers from many U-M departments will gather to discuss privacy's role in society at U-M and worldwide.
The first of three events that address gender issues in information careers.
According to a study conducted by UMSI associate professor, Lionel Robert, the kind of diversity matters when it comes to successful communication methods.
A new UMSI grant will apply augmented reality to kitchen design.
UMSI doctoral student Jeff Huang was a member of the team working on AI character development for the innovative robot Jibo.
A study on how technology affects today’s homes and families is funded by Mozilla’s Emerging Technologies group.
Students in Edward Happ's Crisis Informatics class participate in a dramatic final exam, simulating an actual disaster scenario.
UMSI and Washtenaw Community College will collaborate on an open-source course to attract more students to pursue a U-M Bachelor of Science of Information degree.
Researchers at the University of Michigan School of Information are working to change the future of automobiles.