2015 Recent News
Professor Lee McKnight and students in the INSCT/iSchool cross-curricular course Cybersecurity Law and Policy took part in the United Nations (UN) Internet Governance Forum (IGF) Dynamic Coalition on
November, 24, 2015
The city of Syracuse will be featured in C-SPAN’s "Cities Tour" this weekend. C-SPAN Cities Tour staff visited numerous locations in the area to explore the unique history and literary . . .
November, 20, 2015
Five faculty have been selected to receive research funding from the University under a new internal grant program to help support and advance collaborative scholarship.
November, 19, 2015
61 local Girl Scouts visited Hinds Hall for a program called Girls are IT - aimed at generating an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields in school-aged girls.
November, 18, 2015
This new advisory group will bring important thought leadership to the ALA's efforts and advance a new focus on innovation and library transformation.
November, 17, 2015
The book analyzes campaign strategies, structures and tactics from the past five presidential election cycles to reveal how despite the promise of increased communication between candidates and . . .
November, 16, 2015
The MLB Challenge brings in participants from different disciplines, backgrounds, and class years to compete for an MLB TV premium subscription, and a trip to NYC with the opportunity to present their
November, 14, 2015
Student organizers of TEDxSyracuseUniversity are excited to announce that they are now accepting speaker applications for their third conference, which will be taking place in the spring of 2016.
November, 9, 2015
Several members of the Syracuse University iSchool community will be attending and participating at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in St. Louis, running Nov. 6-10.
November, 6, 2015
Representatives of Syracuse University and the Institute for Veterans and Military Families rang the New York Stock Exchange's Closing Bell on Tuesday.
November, 4, 2015
One of the Northeast Hub’s themes will be ethics and policy, led by iSchool associate professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley.
November, 2, 2015