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PPFP candidate Irene Mussio will discuss "An (un)healthy social dilemma: using normative messaging to increase flu vaccinations."
Jen Romano Bergstrom, Instagram, will discuss her paper "Out of the Lab and Into the Field to Understand Users’ Perceptions of Privacy."
Johns Hopkins University economics professor Itay Fainmesser will discuss "Pricing Network Effects: Competition"
Astrid Weber, Google, will discuss her paper "Access Denied. Redesigning the digital information offerings for refugees arriving on the European continent."
Rohail Syed will present on "Retrieval Algorithms Optimized for Vocabulary Learning."
Katherine Milkman, a behavioral economist at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, will discuss "Creating Exercise Habits Using Incentives: The Tradeoff between Flexibility and Routinization."
Andy Ko, Assistant Professor, University of Washington, will discuss his paper "Learning to code: why we fail, how we flourish."
Prospective Student Day provides an overview of the Master of Health Informatics degree for students considering applying to the program.
An annual festive occasion welcoming UMSI faculty, staff and students to celebrate the season.
The annual gathering of alumni, friends, faculty and staff to celebrate the season, compliments of the Development and Alumni Relations office.