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Kentaro Toyama and his team study returning citizens' struggle to find work and reintegrate due to a lack of digital literacy. 

Hilary Severyn archived and digitally preserved an unusual cultural treasure trove of puppets, backdrops, stage props and more. 

A new study shows that app creators are not making decisions about which ads are attached to their apps, but they are picking which ad networks are used. 

UMSI PhD student says current profit-focused model doesn't work. 

Pending regental approval, the new position will lead activitiies on behalf of the faculty performed by the Dean's office.

Jacques Chestnut and Nickie Rowsey have received 2019 staff awards for excellence and service.

PhD student Hariharan Subramonyam and associate professor Eytan Adar have received a Best Paper Award from the 2019 ACM CHI conference.

UMSI professor and University Librarian Paul Courant is recognized for exceptional scholarly achievements. 

Robert and co-authors explore the implications of the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" in a new book. 

Although election rhetoric is heating up, the CSMR finds a continued decline in questionable content on Facebook and Twitter.