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Everyone uses it, but how does it work? Dr. Chuck explains the amazing architecture of the Internet.
Assistant professor Julia Adler-Milstein has been selected to receive the Henry Russel Award, one of the university's top awards for junior faculty.
Paul Resnick and his co-author are honored with the first-ever ACM SIGecom "Test of Time Award" for a paper they published in 2001.
A sizeable grant from the Transformative Learning for the Third Century fund will allow the Citizen Interaction Design program to spread to other Michigan cities.
This new video highlights some of the student-designed projects helping the citizens of Jackson, Michigan interact more effectively with local government.
Introduction to Networking: How the Internet Works has just been published under a Creative Commons licence.
Paul Resnick and his co-author are honored with the first-ever ACM SigEcom "Test of Time Award" for a paper they published in 2001.
A new paper co-authored by UMSI doctoral student Rebecca Frank examines apparent paradoxes in archaeologists' and zoologists' attitudes toward data preservation.
Clinical Assistant Professor Kristin Fontichiaro and MSI student Amber Lovett will participate in the Capitol Hill Maker Faire in Washington, DC.
Retiring Professor Daniel E. Atkins III and Associate Professor Victor Rosenberg honored with emeritus status at the University of Michigan.
UMSI's ground-breaking partnership with the City of Jackson to increase citizen involvement has just received significant university support.