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Megan Threats

Faculty Q&A: Megan Threats on communities and health justice


Threats’ research focuses on empowering minoritized communities and helping them better access healthcare services.

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Michaelanne posing in graffiti alley in Ann Arbor, wearing jeans and a black shirt.

Michaelanne Thomas on social justice, online communities and what it means to cultivate a ‘sense of wonder’


“I'm interested in questions of power, social inequalities and structural violence, and the ways people from underrepresented groups work together to make up for infrastructure gaps."

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Jesse Johnson wears glasses, a cardigan and stands next to a bookshelf.

Jesse Johnston on the importance of preserving history and archiving music


Jesse Johnston joined the University of Michigan School of Information in 2022 as a clinical assistant professor. We talk to Jesse about his career in music archiving, his love of teaching and his obsession with murder mysteries.

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Matthew Bui sitting on a couch wearing a blazer and smiling.

Matthew Bui on data justice, Yelp reviews and playing basketball with Adam Sandler


Matthew Bui joined the University of Michigan School of Information in 2021 as a postdoc and then started in 2022 as an assistant professor. His research focuses on data justice and activism as well as race and technology.

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Chelsea Peterson-Salahuddin wearing orange, smiling and standing with her arms crossed in front of a window.

Chelsea Peterson-Salahuddin on media, community engagement and how we account for power


Chelsea Peterson-Salahuddin is a President's Postdoctoral Fellow and incoming assistant professor at UMSI.

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