During my time at the School of Information at the University of Michigan, I was able to work on a bunch of pretty interesting projects, many of which led to some good friendships as well as to the start of my career path. 


When I started SI in '05, a group of us took the Community Information Seminar taught by Paul Resnick. We had also heard about a student group that had once existed and needed some form of resuscitation. So, a few of us in the seminar got together and started to host events, bring in speakers, and eventually worked with faculty to create the Community Informatics specialization. 

More info on the group: Community Information Corps


One of the neatest classes I took while in school was Malcom McCullough's class, Networked Cities.

Here's one of the design projects completed with Sean Munson and Amy Grude: WalkOn