How UMSI’s Mustafa Naseem is changing the world, one person at a time
Michigan Daily reporter Eliya Emtiaz writes about the powerful impact Naseem’s research has on Pakistani families.
Understanding unique privacy concerns for Muslim-American women can improve digital design
In a new study, UMSI researchers uncover unique privacy concerns Muslim-American women face online. Their work can help designers to better protect privacy for all people.
UMSI students provide Arab American National Museum invaluable community accessibility and usability expertise
Master of Science in Information students partnered with Dearborn’s Arab American National Museum in client-based courses to help staff better understand how to bring users to their website and how users access information amid an extended pandemic closure.
How Can Communities Best Bridge the Digital Divide
UMSI researchers were awarded a grant for their project “The “Community Tech Workers”: A Community-Driven Model to Support Economic Mobility and Bridge the Digital Divide in the U.S.”
Faculty awards recognize outstanding instruction, leadership and community-engaged research
Five faculty members have received recognition for teaching excellence and for their service to the community and UMSI.
Mustafa Naseem selected as a Mentor Fellow in 2021 Public Engagement Faculty Fellowship program
Seventeen University of Michigan faculty members, including UMSI's Mustafa Naseem, have been named 2021 Public Engagement Faculty Fellows
Mustafa Naseem Receives Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Grant
Naseem secured two $100,000 grants to fund a machine learning-based anomaly detection algorithm to identify errors in electronic immunization data in Pakistan.
The Super Abbu project: Improving the health of women and children by engaging fathers
Mustafa Naseem piloted Super Abbu, a platform where Pakistani men could ask questions and share stories about pregnancy and childcare.
Lowering maternal mortality rates with digital street theater
UMSI professors have secured a grant to study the issue of high mortality rates among low-literacy families.
UMSI welcomes new faculty in fall 2018
A full professor and five new assistant professors will join UMSI faculty in Fall 2018.