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UMSI Research Roundup: 2023 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW)

UMSI at CSCW 2023: Awards, Workshops and Papers


Check out UMSI papers, workshops and awards for the 2023 CSCW conference (Oct. 14-18).

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Stanford University Fellowship. Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. Ceren Budak. Associate Professor.

Ceren Budak earns Stanford University Fellowship from the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences


The fellowship will support Budak’s research on the role markets play in increasing disinformation through advertisements.

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Community college students touring the U-M campus make the Michigan “M” by posing as different parts of the letter in front of the Huetwell Visitors Center.

Summer outreach programs inspire students to make and break the mold


We look back on a summer of fun with information — from molding thermoplastics to designing hygiene apps — as UMSI introduced local students to possibilities in the field.

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UMSI research roundup. Wildfires, privacy and digital health. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

Wildfires, Privacy and Digital Health: UMSI Research Roundup


Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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UMSI Research Roundup: Afrofuturism, Bullhorns and Robotics. Check out UMSI and PhD student publications.

Afrofuturism, Bullhorns and Robotics: UMSI Research Roundup


Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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Social Media, Bias and POPQUORN. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

Social media, bias and POPQUORN: UMSI Research Roundup


Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

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Twitter, Covid-19 and Privacy. UMSI research roundup. Check out UMSI faculty and PhD student publications.

Twitter, Covid-19 and Privacy: UMSI Research Roundup


Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications

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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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"Eight UMSI faculty earn NSF CAREER and DARPA awards" inside a laurel leaf half circle. Words that describe their research float on the opposite side, including human-centered, voice technology, privacy, justice, Parsons problems, marginalized communities, disinformation, and social media.

Eight UMSI Faculty Celebrate Distinguished Early Career Awards


Since 2020, eight UMSI faculty members have earned some of the field’s most significant awards for their research endeavors. UMSI recently celebrated their achievements and heard research updates from the awardees.

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Newly promoted UMSI faculty: Ceren Budak, Alain D. Cohn, Michael Nebeling, Stephen W. Oney, Lionel P. Robert, and Florian Schaub

Board of Regents approve 6 UMSI faculty for promotions


Six UMSI faculty members were promoted by the Board of Regents. Their new positions go into effect this fall.

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