Brown Bag Seminar Series

The brown-bag seminar series is a long-standing tradition of the iSchool. These informal sessions serve as both an opportunity to invite colleagues from other places to visit Syracuse and as a vehicle to have colleagues here share out their research. The sessions are informal and collegial, the expectation is for interactive engagement among the audience and speaker. Timing is flexible, but weekly. Most often these happen across the noon hour and people are invited to eat their lunch as they participate. A list of future and past brown-bag talks is posted here.

Upcoming Speakers

Brown Bag Seminar: Mike Twidale

Monday, March 02, 2015  
Noon
Hinds Hall 347 - Katzer Room

Mike Twidale, Professor, GSLIS, University of Illinois Computer-supported cooperative work; collaborative technologies in digital libraries and museums; user interface design and evaluation; open-source usability; information visualization; ubiquitous learning, social learning of technology, rapid prototyping and evaluation.




Brown Bag Seminar: Nancy Marksbury

Wednesday, February 25, 2015  
Noon
Hinds Hall 347 - Katzer Room

Nancy Marksbury, Adjunct Professor, St. Joseph’s College, Formerly Deputy CIO at Long Island University Her presentation is Human Computer Interaction, CMC and language in workplace, innovative learning environments.




Brown Bag Seminar: Dan Cosley

Thursday, February 12, 2015  
Noon
Hinds Hall 347 - Katzer Room

Dan Cosley is Associate Professor of Information Science at Cornell University.



Brown Bag Seminar: Norman Makoto Su

Friday, January 30, 2015  
Noon
Hinds Hall 347 - Katzer Room

Norman Makoto Su is Assistant Professor at the School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana Univeristy Bloomington.





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