Information changes everything
UMSI information professionals unite people, data and technology to make life better. Here are some examples of how UMSI students are changing the world.
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Bachelor of Science in Information
CHANGING DESIGN: Fernando Carretero is using information to reimagine everything from vehicles to shoes.
CHANGING BUSINESS: Sierre Wolfkostin is using information to make customers’ experiences easier and more fun.
CHANGING ELECTIONS: Shaelyn Albrecht is using information to ensure that every voter’s voice is heard.
CHANGING CAREERS: George Lu is using information to connect people with the jobs of their dreams.
Master of Science in Information
CHANGING PERSPECTIVES: Hope Tambala is using information and virtual reality to turn data into decisions.
CHANGING ACCESS: Corey S. is using information to ensure that history is forever and for everyone.
CHANGING SPORTS: Rohit Mogalayapalli is using information to help top athletes put points on the scoreboard.
CHANGING DRIVING: Jacob Haspiel is using information to make driverless cars more trustworthy.
CHANGING EMPOWERMENT: Desiree McLain is using information to unlock opportunities in marginalized communities.
CHANGING EDUCATION: Andrew Engel is using information to build new types of spaces that promote learning.
CHANGING TRANSPORTATION: Nisreen Salka is using information to help cities imagine the future of mobility.
Watch a video on Nisreen's Smart Cities Analytics project
Master of Health Informatics
CHANGING PREEMIE CARE: Emily Trumpower is using information to help preterm babies get what they need to grow.
CHANGING PATIENT EDUCATION: Anjan Banerjee is using information to help patients get more from every office visit.
CHANGING HEALTH: Michelle Acosta Bochinski is using information to help medical researchers and providers make better decisions.
Watch a video on Michelle's trajectory from nurse to health informationist.
PhD in Information
CHANGING COMMUNITIES: Jean Hardy is using information to bring together LGBT people in rural areas.