Preview new research from 40+ UMSI scholars presenting at CSCW 2022
What are University of Michigan School of Information faculty and students bringing to CSCW ’22? Link to a schedule of UMSI scholars’ virtual presentations so you don’t miss the next big thing.
UMSI students: Ask the registrar
Get answers on registration, curriculum, degree audits, GSI/GSRA allocations, student records management, course waivers, transfer credit and more at virtual drop-in office hours.
Three UMSI students on why they love UXD and why they transferred to U-M
National Transfer Student Week at UMSI celebrates transfer students who made the jump from other colleges and universities to U-M to pursue a degree in information. We talked with three transfer students on why they chose UMSI and their journey to pursuing information.
Naim Falandino on ‘buckling down’ and finding opportunities wherever you go
UMSI alumni Naim Falandino talks about his current role as chief technology officer at Groundspeed Analytics, his time at UMSI and his advice for students.
MADS student Sophia Boettcher uses data science for social good
Sophia Boettcher uses the skills she’s learning in the Master of Applied Data Science program in her health equity disaster relief nonprofit.
UMSI researchers to speak as panelists at FTC PrivacyCon 2022
Assistant professor Nazanin Andalibi will discuss emotion AI and the future of work, and PhD candidate Kaiwen Sun will discuss child safety in smart homes.
Website showcases UMSI progress on diversity, equity and inclusion
The University of Michigan School of Information has developed a new website highlighting DEI initiatives that took place from 2016 to 2021.
Lampe: Why social media networks featuring short form audio struggle to go viral
University of Michigan School of Information professor Cliff Lampe discusses the difficulty platforms have engaging users with audio-only content.
UMSI event explores the history of the internet with Doug Van Houweling
On November 4, 2022 students will have the opportunity to talk with internet pioneers Nathaniel Borenstein and Doug Van Houweling about the early days of the internet.
Hemphill: No surprise heated rhetoric linked to hotter temps
Hemphill, an expert on hate speech and social media, told the Washington Post that there is often an increase in online aggression when people feel threatened.