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Juan C. Torrado Vidal will present "Mobile Technologies and Cognitive Disabilities."
Brendan Nyhan will present "Who Reads Fake News? Evidence from the 2016 and 2018 campaigns."
Andrés Monroy-Hernández, lead research scientist at Snap Inc., on how people living in the midst of war use social media and the emergence of a new type of "war correspondent."
UMSI's Mark Ackerman and Ceren Budack will participate in a panel discussing the technical and journalistic challenges of identifying fake news and manipulated information online.
The 5th annual Michigan IT Symposium features posters, presentations, networking, and a special keynote.
The UMSI DEI Committee presents The Lunchbox, an Indian romantic drama, as part of "A Taste of the Reel World: A Multicultural Film Series."
Devesh Rustagi will present "Waiting for Napoleon? Historical Democracy and Norms of Cooperation."
Julia Lee will present "Lay theories of effortful honesty."
The UMSI DEI Committee will screen Like Water for Chocolate, a Mexican romantic drama, as part of "A Taste of the Reel World: A Multicultural Film Series."
UMSI faculty, staff, and students are invited to enjoy fellowship, food, live music, and good cheer.