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Daily Camera: CU Boulder researcher is campaigning to make Barbie better

July 23, 2018

Featuring Information Science Assistant Professor Casey Fiesler

Interactions: The Good, The Bad And The Biased: Five Ways Visualizations Can Mislead (And How We Can Fix Them)

July 1, 2018

Featuring Information Science Assistant Professor Danielle Szafir

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Mattel: Barbie® Adds New STEM Career To Her Resume

June 26, 2018

Featuring Information Science Assistant Professor Casey Fiesler

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Class of 2018: Students graduating with honors and distinction

May 9, 2018

Students have completed an honors project and/or earned a 3.75 GPA (or higher) over at least 60 hours of coursework.

Student Ambassadors

Become a CMCI student ambassador

May 8, 2018

CMCI ambassadors are students that serve as liaisons between the college to prospective students, parents and the university.

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CMCI faculty agree: local news matters

April 10, 2018

Members of CMCI's faculty support the current and former employees of The Denver Post, who have taken a courageous stand against years of needless cutbacks on journalism in our state.

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CMCI Student Government

April 9, 2018

Meet the 2018-19 CMCI Student Government,

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Spring at CMCI Now

April 4, 2018

Grad students reporting in the Yukon, alumni at the Olympic Games and honoring CU Boulder's first black female graduate—all of that and more in the Spring 2018 edition of CMCI Now.

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When celebrities die, 'grief policing' abounds, social media gets toxic

Dec. 11, 2017

Jed Brubaker, an assistant professor in the Department of Information Science, co-authored this study with ATLAS PhD student Katie Gach.

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Social media data could transform public health, new book says

Nov. 9, 2017

Search the hash tag “flu” on Twitter and you’ll find a free-flowing stream of comments from people across the country. In 140 characters or fewer, they offer threads of information about their symptoms, how long they’ve been sick, whether they received a flu shot, and more. While these tweets may...

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