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The fourth Citizen Interaction Design Expo takes place in Ferndale, where students have developed projects to improve citizen engagement.
Many individual and social problems require increased attention to future costs and benefits, with climate change as the most urgent challenge.
Roger Ehrenberg and Carin Levine-Ehrenberg are benefactors of a new diversity scholarship fund at UMSI.
Silvia Lindtner has received an NSF grant to study the global shifting of technology in regards to entrepreneurial pursuits in Ghana, China and Silicon Valley.
Ehrenberg Director of Entrepreneurship Nancy Benovich Gilby is the first-ever recipient of the Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT) Foundation's Woman of the Year in Technology Award.
The student teams in the Citizen Interaction Design course will present their projects at a Civic Tech Expo on December 6 in Ferndale, MI.
With NSF grant, Silvia Lindtner will study innovation and tech entrepreneurship in Ghana, China and Silicon Valley.
UMSI students stand up against bigotry in displays of respect and solidarity.
Roger Ehrenberg and Carin-Levine Ehrenberg are benefactors of a new diversity scholarship fund at UMSI.
Nancy Benovich Gilby has been selected as the Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT) Foundation's first Woman of the Year in Technology.
An NSF-funded grant will explore why online communities succeed and fail.
Applications are available this year for non-U-M students wishing to complete a BSI degree.