2015 Recent News
More than 40 employers were in attendance, representing a wide range of global and local corporations, and were recruiting students for both internship as well as full-time positions.
September, 30, 2015
Atlanta Word Works recently named Kenneth Buckner '19, an outstanding 2015 graduate of the city’s Holy Innocents high school, as its first Youth Poet Laureate.
September, 29, 2015
The Center for Computational and Data Sciences (CCDS) is a research hub with a focus on using advanced computational approaches to assess important and practical research in the social sciences, worki
September, 28, 2015
Improving awareness about and potential uses of facilities to enhance learning is the basis for Dr. Huang’s concept for creating a system to better map indoor environments, capabilities, and resources
September, 22, 2015
Silvia Barcellos Southwick, digital collections metadata librarian at UNLV was recognized with the library’s annual honors for outstanding library faculty.
September, 21, 2015
The $35,000 Media Innovation Award will help advance the next development phases of SpeakEZ, a project led by Associate Professor Murali Venkatesh.
September, 18, 2015
Professor Jenny Stromer-Galley, an expert in social media and political campaigns offers insight on how candidates used social media to their advantage during the GOP debate on September 16.
September, 17, 2015
The iSchool's iBand played for the Lowell Smith ALS walk at Long Branch Park in Liverpool on September 13.
September, 16, 2015
The new program will pair undergraduate students with alumni to gain an understanding of a given career path, industry, and/or job function.
September, 15, 2015
The efforts of the iSchool helped two African countries achieve goals to develop information-field skills and connections, and bring the iSchools movement to a sixth continent.
September, 14, 2015
Fall information sessions for two of the iSchool's signature immersion experience trips have been scheduled.
September, 9, 2015
Meg Backus, who is IT manager for the Anchorage Public Library, is lead on the community media innovation project. It is one of 22 awards made from the Knight Foundation’s Prototype Fund this year.
September, 8, 2015
The funding will permit faculty members Dr. Ruth V. Small and Dr. Marilyn Plavocos Arnone to develop, produce, and distribute information designed to spur creative thinking among students in grades 4
September, 1, 2015