Libraries have morphed into multi-faceted information centers. It makes sense that librarians reflect this transformation.

Massive-open online course (MOOC) series offered by the University of Michigan will provide advanced training in management to public librarians.

UMSI presents a day-long symposium featuring leading experts in the fields of information, including author and NPR commentator Nancy Pearl.

Two UMSI researchers will study China's primary ride-sharing company, Didi, to develop ways to reduce driver discontent and employee turnover. 

The European Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Work has presented a lifetime achievement award to professor Mark Ackerman.

Silvia Lindtner has received one of the NSF's first convergence awards to address societal challenges on the human-technology frontier.

A new NSF grant aims to help build digital recruitment tools for underserved job seekers, who often lack technological and other skills.

UMSI welcomes seven new faculty members in fall 2017.

UMSI is sponsoring two student internships at tech companies in Seoul in summer 2017.

Tiffany Veinot, a founding faculty member of the health informatics program at Michigan, has been appointed its director.