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50 student projects on display, in categories of Academic/Research, Civic Tech, Community Service and Technology/Design.
Professor Ponti will present experimental evidence from a three-person Dictator Game in which Dictators decide over the distribution of probabilities of winning a fixed, indivisible, monetary prize.
From curbside pickup schedules to starting a business in Ferndale, UMSI student propose solutions.
Laurenellen McCann is a social practice artist and an internationally recognized expert in civic engagement and community technology.
Educational blackboards provide helpful advice for all students, not just high-performers.
Lauren Woodward, CEO of NetHope, is the commencement speaker for the 2017 Graduate Recognition Ceremony.
Three UMSI students took their ASB experience to the West Coast for a self-directed volunteer effort.
Library Journal hails UMSI alumni Ilana Stonebraker, Sarah LeMire, and Sarah Clayton.
UMSI faculty and doctoral students present their research at the Computer Supported Cooperative Work conference in Portland.
The School of Information plans two information centers to benefit non-profits and the developing world.
Stephanie Teasley led a study that found benefits in student-facing educational dashboards.
The external transfer application deadline has been extended to April 1!