School of Information researchers set up and ran a maker space, logging 280 hours of observations and semi-structured interviews with participating residents.
Until now little has been known about whether groups that work with robots develop attachments, and if so, if such emotions affect team performance.
Florian Schaub's paper earned the Caspar Bowden Award for Outstanding Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies,
Associate professor Soo Young Rieh will be inducted into ASIS&T SIG-USE Academy of Fellows.
Assistant professor David Jurgens co-authored a study on suicides among adults who were living in, or planning to move to, long-term care centers.
School districts are failing to accurately report when their most vulnerable students are being physically restrained or secluded.
Microsoft has awarded Megh Marathe a grant to conduct an ethnographic study of people with epilepsy and clinical neurologists.
The City of Detroit enlisted UMSI students to contribute the user testing acumen necessary to ensure the voices of Detroit residents would be heard.
A new UMSI study shows establishing trust in autonomous vehicles is about the timing of the information delivered by the cars.
Alain Cohn and his team's test of honesty around the globe is featured in the journal Science.