Empowering Detroit artists and entrepreneurs through data
School of Information students Neha Bhomia and Chloe Canon spent their 2019 spring break using information skills to help a local organization.
The students volunteered at Ponyride, a Detroit-based organization that offers low-cost space to socially conscious artists, entrepreneurs, innovators and manufacturers, allowing them to nurture and grow their work.
The students worked with data to help Ponyride better serve and track the success of their residents.
- UMSI News Service