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Jean Hardy is using information to bring together LGBT people in rural areas.

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Emily Trumpower is using information to help preterm babies get what they need to grow.

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Hope Tambala is using information and AR/VR to turn data into decisions.

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Sierre Wolfkostin is using information to make customers' experiences easier and more fun.

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

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Marilu Duque
MSI student will study in Ireland as U-M’s first George J. Mitchell Scholarship recipient

Marilu Duque, a graduate student in the School of Information, has been selected as the University of Michigan’s first recipient of the George J. Mitchell Scholarship. Her work focuses on national security, cybersecurity, machine learning (ML) and research.

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Giving Tuesday
GivingTuesday to support UMSI students

At UMSI, GivingTuesday on December 1 will focus on empowering diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Celebrating entrepreneurship at UMSI

Celebrating the entrepreneurial work of Avantika Bagri and Leo Luo, a UMSI alumna and student who received UMSI Innovation and Entrepreneur Grants to work on community-focused projects. Their work contributed to the University of Michigan being ranked as the #4 university for undergraduate entrepreneurship and #5 for graduate students by the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine.

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