A grant from the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation will fund Robin Brewer's study on ways to make AVs accessible to those with vision impairments.

Their "Applied Data Science with Python" course earns praise from online learning platform Coursera.

Plans are underway at UMSI to develop a new online master's degree in applied data science, one of the first online degrees to be offered at Michigan.

The new Center for Social Media Responsibility will build upon UMSI's global leadership in social media research, address the information apocalypse, and find creative solutions.

UMSI's Michael Nebeling has developed a tool for mobile app designers that allows them to build AR prototypes without needing programming skills.

The UMSI community celebrated the Lunar New Year on February 16 with festive food, traditional gifts and entertainment.

Judith Olson, a founding faculty member of the School of Information, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the top honors for engineers.

Tawanna Dillahunt has received a grant from the U-M Poverty Solutions project to evaluate a new mentoring program in Detroit.

Making robots appear more human increased co-workers trust in them, according to a new study by UMSI researchers.

Two graduate students at the School of Information are among 34 master’s and professional degree students named 2018 Dow Sustainability Fellows.