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"Backstalking" the Past

New UMSI study examines how social media behavior evolves between teenage years to early adulthood.

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UMSI professors' papers shortlisted for WSDM award

Professors Mei and Adar have made the shortlist for Best Paper Award at the 2016 Web Search and Data Mining (WSDM) Conference. 

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The value of volunteerism in a community

Volunteers from the School of Information contributed their time and talents during the annual Service Day in conjunction with the Martin Luther King Jr Symposium weekend at the University of Michigan.

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Adler-Milstein advises UK government on healthcare IT

UMSI associate professor helps examine ways to improve and further implement IT in the UK's National Health Service. 

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Bulls, bears and turtles: How a hedge fund firm’s social network reacts to market swings

When an organization experiences stressful or unexpected news, do the individuals at that organization use their social networks to reach out or to hunker down?

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Giving families and children power to manage online identities

With a $549,820 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation, UMSI assistant professor Sarita Schoenebeck will look at how online identities are established and managed as children grow up.

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Stephanie Teasley named co-chair for learning analytics institute

UMSI research professor Stephanie Teasley will co-chair the 2016 Learning Analytics Summer Institute (LASI 16), which will be hosted by the University of Michigan in June 2016.

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Three UMSI faculty members receive honorable mention for papers at CSCW

Several faculty members and students of the University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI) will be presenting papers and serving on panels at the upcoming ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2016)

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Veronica Falandino receives university diversity award

UMSI Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Affairs Veronica Falandino has been selected as a 2015 U-M Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award recipient. 

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Julia Adler-Milstein recognized for contributions to health policy and practice

Assistant professor Julia Adler-Milstein has received the 2015 Early to Mid-Career Impact Accelerator Award from the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI).

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