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

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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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Mercury Project Grant, Targeting health misinformation networks: Network-transforming interventions for reducing the spread of health misinformation online. UMSI. Eric Gilbert, Ceren Budak, Sarita Schoenebeck
UMSI faculty awarded Mercury Project grant to fight health disinformation

UMSI researchers join the Mercury Project to combat mis- and disinformation on public health, including vaccines. Their project focuses on targeting misinformation networks on social media.


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UMSI alum Jeremy Barney named Michigan Academic Librarian of the Year

Barney, a 2008 graduate of the University of Michigan School of Information, was recognized as the Michigan Academic Librarian of the Year for his contributions to Hope College’s Van Wylen Library.

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2022 internship report highlights student success in top industries

More than 92% of students say their internships made them better prepared for their future careers.

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