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Lampe: Facebook to create clearer violation policies after Trump profile ruling

Cliff Lampe spoke with WJR-AM about the Facebook oversight board's decision to uphold the ban on former President Donald Trump's profile and about the platform's difficulty in regulating content.

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UMSI grads honored for achievements at 2021 commencement

At the 2021 graduation ceremonies, the school bestowed special honors on six graduates across the graduate and undergraduate programs

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UMSI researchers recognized with Best Paper awards at 2021 CHI conference

UMSI faculty and PhD students have earned two Best Paper and two Honorable Mention designations at the 2021 ACM CHI Conference.

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UMSI student earns Anti-Racist World Challenge Prize

University of Michigan School of Information student Robin Kocher received an Anti-Racist World Challenge Prize from the Center for Socially Engaged Design.

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Young people want justice for bad social media behavior, more action from platforms

Young people from a University of Michigan study said they want a wider range of responses to bad behavior on social media.

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UMSI students earn prestigious Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships

PhD candidates Shriti Raj and Vaishnav Kameswaran have been awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships for the 2021-2022 academic year.

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Ceren Budak earns prestigious NSF CAREER award

UMSI assistant professor Ceren Budak has received a prestigious grant from the National Science Foundation.

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A message in follow up to the Derek Chauvin trial verdict

A message to the UMSI community in response to the Derek Chauvin trial verdict.

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Barry Fishman pens new introduction to 50th anniversary edition of classic book on grading systems

UMSI Professor Barry Fishman is the author of a new introduction to the 50th anniversary edition of Wad-Ja-Get? The Grading Game in American Education.

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U-M, Activision Blizzard CEO develop next generation of esports leaders with premier collegiate program

A multimillion dollar gift from Robert "Bobby" Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard, will establish a multidisciplinary esports program at the University of Michigan School of Information.

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