2015 Recent News
As a research intern, iSchool senior Terrance Andersen contributes to an ongoing NSF-funded project led by Professor Jason Dedrick that studies smart grid adoption by U.S. electric utilities.
August, 28, 2015
How can a college student learn the finer points of the information technology consulting profession before actually working as a consultant?
August, 27, 2015
The center is an expansion of the instructional tools, resources, and professional support services that have been provided for many years, but are now structured as an enhanced, school-wide focus.
August, 25, 2015
As the 2016 presidential candidates kick off their campaigns, the iSchool's BITS lab is ready to follow their social media posts, tracking what the candidates say and how the public reacts.
August, 20, 2015
Le Moyne College and the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University today celebrated an agreement that reaffirms and expands the academic collaboration that has existed between the schools
August, 18, 2015
Amanda Aguilera is one of 60 recipients of the competitive scholarship, awarded to students pursuing graduate degrees in library and information studies by the ALA Office for Diversity.
August, 14, 2015
The It Girls overnight retreat at the School of Information Studies (iSchool) was created with the goal to engage, inspire and celebrate high school women and their potential in the technology...
August, 7, 2015
Human decision-making is prone to cognitive biases, the shortcuts people take because their brains are wired to make decisions quickly with limited information. However, a game developed by a resea...
August, 3, 2015