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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

10/11/2023

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

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Sylvia Darling standing in front of a mural in Detroit.

Sylvia Darling earns Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship Award

05/05/2023

The fellowship supports doctoral candidates with dissertations that are “unusually creative, ambitious and impactful.”

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UMSI research roundup. 2023 conference on human factors in computing services (CHI). Check out faculty and PhD student publications.

UMSI at CHI 2023: Research, workshops, courses

04/06/2023

Recent UMSI researchers and PhD student publications and workshops for the 2023 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI).

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Democracy, Finsta and Online Harassment: Check out UMSI faculty Phd student publications. umsi.info/research

Democracy, Finsta and Online Harassment: UMSI Research Roundup

03/16/2023

Recent UMSI faculty and PhD student publications. 

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Sylvia in Honduras sitting in a plastic chair talking with residents.

The power of phones for Honduran migrants during their multi-country journey to the United States

03/14/2023

While using phones near a border might be fraught for migrants, new research shows that access to phones while making the dangerous trip northward can keep people more connected and safe.

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Sylvia Darling standing in front of a mural in Detroit.

Sylvia Darling on technology, migration and her love of information

03/08/2023

UMSI doctoral candidate Sylvia Darling researches how migrant communities in Central America leverage technology for survival, social change and community building.

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Can online grocery delivery services address 'food deserts'?

08/06/2019

Tawanna Dillahunt and her research team conducted a small-scale pilot study in low-income areas in southeastern Michigan. 

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UMSI researchers recognized with 3 Best Paper awards at 2019 CHI conference

08/06/2019

UMSI faculty and students took three best paper and five honorable mention awards at the upcoming CHI conference. 

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