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University of Michigan School of Information


Project Exposition

The Annual Student Project Exposition brings our community together to celebrate student work at the culmination of the academic year. During Exposition, School of Information students have the opportunity to present their projects from capstones, mastery courses, other courses and programs, and independent projects. 

RSVP for the 2024 Student Project Exposition

Complete this form to RSVP for the 2024 Student Project Exposition.

Thursday, April 18, 2024
11 a.m.-1 p.m. EDT 
Michigan League
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Community and corporate partners are encouraged to attend this event to learn more about the work students do at the School of Information. This event is a great way to learn about potential areas in which to focus future client-based project proposals for courses and programs at UMSI and explore how hiring UMSI students can benefit your organization.

Students’ posters are judged by a pre-selected panel of community and industry leaders, and students have the opportunity to win monetary prizes for their best work. Student teams with exceptional posters will be awarded prizes with funding provided by the estate of Gerald P. Miller (AMLS ’86, PhD ’95) and the UMSI Miller Scholars Fund.

Get Involved 

You can support the School of Information students participating in this event by making a general donation to the Engaged Learning Office or serving as an exposition judge. If you are interested in these opportunities or have questions about the event, please contact [email protected]

Explore Previous Expositions

Explore previous project expositions to learn more about the work that UMSI students present. 

2023 Exposition Winners 

The following projects were selected by a panel of judges from a pool of over 100 projects, representing the work of more than 300 UMSI students during the 2022-2023 academic year.

Bachelor of Science in Information (BSI) Capstone: 

Master of Applied Data Science (MADS) Capstone: 

Residential Master’s Programs Final Projects: 



Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: