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Examining the ethical underpinings of using technology to identify targets in contemporary warfare.
A look at the effect of full-freight scholarships for students at two- and four-year institutions.
Our sense of fair or inclusive conditions contains and feeds the possibility of violent ones
Content moderation is uncharted territory for social platforms, but one which society is beginning to demand.
A poster session highlights the work of 12 UMSI students, plus librarians and faculty members, to measure the library’s impact on student learning, research, and scholarship.
UMSI researchers Edward Platt and Daniel Romero studied how to make the internet less vulnerable to targeted attacks.
A record number of students participated in this year's Exposition, a showcase of student projects from the 2018-19 academic year.
Tawanna Dillahunt and her research team conducted a small-scale pilot study in low-income areas in southeastern Michigan.
Using brilliant birds and combating fatigue, two teams of UMSI students led sessions at the Midwest Drupal Camp in March.
UMSI's Kentaro Toyama will open the annual conference of iSchools with a lecture on "Technology's Law of Amplification."
Two graduate students, a staff member and a professor are recognized for their positive impact on the DEI efforts at UMSI.
A pilot program to involve Pakistani men in child-rearing aims to improve health outcomes for mothers and children.