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Chloe Preble is using information and VR to make chemotherapy safer.

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An Doan is using information to help small businesses thrive online.

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Morgan Miller is using information to connect people with empowering resources.

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Ermias Bizuwork is using information to help save the Great Lakes.

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

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"Aunties, Strangers, and the FBI: Online Privacy Concerns and Experiences of Muslim-American Women. UMSI Researchers, Tanisha Afnan, Yixin Zou, Mustafa Naseem, Florian Schaub." UMSI Research in a magnifying glass graphic.
Understanding unique privacy concerns for Muslim-American women can improve digital design

In a new study, UMSI researchers uncover unique privacy concerns Muslim-American women face online. Their work can help designers to better protect privacy for all people.

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Professor Tanya Rosenblat smiles at the camera. She is standing in front of a brick building on the University of Michigan campus.
Tanya Rosenblat appointed academic program director of Bachelor of Science in Information program

Professor Rosenblat has a long history with the UMSI undergraduate program, and was instrumental in the development of its curriculum. 

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UMSI advisory board member Anthony Abernathy, VP of Team Communications and Brand Strategy at the Cleveland Cavaliers, talks with students at a networking event.
UMSI boards combined, expanding capacity for success

The University of Michigan School of Information is combining the external advisory board and the alumni society board into one entity, creating more opportunities for industry leaders to help guide UMSI into the future.

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