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Citizen Interaction Design program announces new partner city

Ferndale, Michigan, will be the next city to partner with graduate students from the University of Michigan School of Information’s Citizen Interaction Design (CID) program.

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Two USMI doctoral students to participate in national workshop for women in computing

Meghana Marathe and Shiqing He were selected to participate in the workshop.

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First BSI students inducted into national honor society Phi Beta Kappa

Two undergraduates in the School of Information are the first students in the bachelor of science in information program to be inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.

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BSI expo showcases first class projects

Fifteen student teams showed off work in user experience and information analytics at the first BSI Project Exposition.

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Design Clinic teams present projects, win cash

Five students worked together to revamp an online ordering system, winning the $5000 grand prize.

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News outlets less biased, more similar than perceived, study suggests

A recent study suggests news outlets have more in common than generally believed.

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UMSI Global Information Engagement Program transfers to South Africa in 2016

Eighteen graduate students from the University of Michigan will travel to Cape Town, South Africa in May to spend two months working with four local non-profit organizations on their information challenges.

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Three student teams head to CHI finals

Three UMSI student teams will travel to San Jose in May for the second round of the CHI Student Design Competition.

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UMSI researchers find motile graphics improve recall

Research shows moderate kinetic shifting of graphic elements on websites can heighten awareness and recall.

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Students showcase projects, win prizes at Expo 2016

Students exhibited more than 30 projects and competed for awards at the 2016 ExpoSItion.

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