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UMSI’s seasonal Zoom backgrounds will bring the spirit of Ann Arbor in winter to your video conferences

Update your repertoire and get into the A2 winter spirit with these seasonal-themed campus virtual backgrounds

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Extended reality: U-M online courses make XR accessible to everyone

UMSI Assistant Professor Michael Nebeling developed a new three-course online specialization on extended reality with a team at the U-M Center for Academic Innovation.

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UMSI researchers design privacy icon to be used by California law

California has proposed an official icon to include next to their new opt-out text -- a blue stylized toggle icon developed by researchers from UMSI and Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab.

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UMSI to receive Rhetaugh G. Dumas Progress in Diversifying Award

UMSI has been selected as the recipient of the Rhetaugh G. Dumas Progress in Diversifying Award for 2021.

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Center for Social Media Responsibility names Hemphill to leadership role

The Center for Social Media Responsibility has appointed Libby Hemphill to the position of associate director.

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UMSI Career Fair will explore advantages of virtual recruiting

University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI) Winter Career Fair is going virtual and is taking place Thursday, Jan. 28.

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MSI student will study in Ireland as U-M’s first George J. Mitchell Scholarship recipient

Marilu Duque, a graduate student in the School of Information, has been selected as the University of Michigan’s first recipient of the George J. Mitchell Scholarship. Her work focuses on national security, cybersecurity, machine learning (ML) and research.

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GivingTuesday to support UMSI students

At UMSI, GivingTuesday on December 1 will focus on empowering diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Celebrating entrepreneurship at UMSI

Celebrating the entrepreneurial work of Avantika Bagri and Leo Luo, a UMSI alumna and student who received UMSI Innovation and Entrepreneur Grants to work on community-focused projects. Their work contributed to the University of Michigan being ranked as the #4 university for undergraduate entrepreneurship and #5 for graduate students by the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine.

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