2015 Recent News
The second-year information management student from southwestern China was one of 34 young women nationwide chosen for a scholarship to attend the annual event, which brings together the best minds in
October, 30, 2015
Is Syracuse University addressing the gap in higher education regarding science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education of students?
October, 27, 2015
Associate Professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley was installed as president of the Association of Internet Researchers, one of the earliest academic associations to take up topics related to the Internet,
October, 26, 2015
“Student veterans are a very different demographic. We’re in our mid-to-late twenties or older. Some are raising families or working full-time jobs. We’re coming out of a very structured military
October, 22, 2015
An internationally regarded thought leader on librarianship, Dr. Lankes noted how, over the past century, libraries have succeeded by adopting the ways of the Industrial Revolution--creating uniform
October, 19, 2015
It’s shortly before 11 on a Monday night. Zach Parnes ’18 and Nick Hennion ’18 are where you’ll find them on most Monday nights during the NBA season, in their residence hall room, preparing to "go li
October, 15, 2015
Meal. Replacement. Muffin. It’s iSchool graduate student Zach Schleien’s hope that those three words become a well-worn phrase for many thousands of consumers all over.
October, 14, 2015
Dr. Hill, assistant professor of practice, is one of two keynote speakers for this year’s Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Library and Information Science (CIDLIS).
October, 13, 2015
From the classroom to the White House, there is a global push to ensure that higher education prepares future STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) leaders. Unfortunately, in the United St
October, 12, 2015
The award recognizes Liddy’s work in leveraging on and off-campus resources and connections to help students create startup companies and develop opportunities to retain entrepreneurial students.
October, 10, 2015
MLB.com and the iSchool are co-sponsoring the MLB.com College Challenge, a contest that invites students to develop new ideas that could end up on MLB.com, Major League Baseball's official website.
October, 7, 2015
The three-year project has been funded by a grant of $281,263 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the National Leadership Grants for Libraries Program.
October, 6, 2015
When Cisco Systems asked Technical Marketing Manager Jameson Blandford to replicate the internal competitive-intelligence and product quality testing skills he’d been providing, the iSchool graduate
October, 1, 2015