The Class of 2017 announced the selection of alumnus and entrepreneur Wiley Cerilli as the speaker for the School’s convocation ceremonies in May.
December, 15, 2016
Associate Professor of Practice and Director of the Library Science program Jill Hurst-Wahl has been named to the Board of Trustees for the Onondaga County Public Library.
December, 13, 2016
The course, held jointly with the Cybersecurity Law & Policy course taught at the College of Law, allowed students to participate remotely via live connection to the forum from a Hinds Hall classroom.
December, 12, 2016
A signature immersion program at the iSchool, EntreTech NYC is designed to give students a firsthand look at the companies, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and way of life in Manhattan.
December, 9, 2016
Caroline Haythornthwaite will begin her tenure as program director at the start of the next academic year in July 2017. She will take over from Associate Professor of Practice Jill Hurst-Wahl.
December, 5, 2016
“This one of the areas that over next 5 years that will have a remarkable impact on our lives and also provide a tremendous amount of business opportunities,” says adjunct professor Chris Sedore.
December, 2, 2016
Their paper, “Social Networks and the Success of Market Intermediaries: Evidence from the U.S. Residential Real Estate Industry,” was published in the journal The Information Society in Sept. 2015.
November, 28, 2016
DeSantis is a library media specialist at Peoples Academy in Morrisville, Vermont, serving grades 5-12.
November, 21, 2016
A project led by iSchool professor Jason Dedrick has been selected as a winner of a 2016 Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (CoE) grant.
November, 17, 2016
SB Nation's "Nunes Magician" blogger Sean Keeley '00 will deliver a reflection talk as part of the HINDSights Alumni Speaker series at the iSchool.
November, 15, 2016
Global Entrepreneurship Week is part of a 160-country festival that empowers entrepreneurs at all stages – from start-up to scale-up – and inspires innovators to take their first step.
November, 14, 2016
With the dust settling on the presidential election, Professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley and her team of researchers are setting their sights on the future of their social media data gathering platform.
November, 9, 2016
A faculty member and an alumnus from the School of Information Studies (iSchool) will speak next week during activities organized for Global Entrepreneurship Week at Syracuse University.
November, 8, 2016
iSchool Dean Liz Liddy received the STEM Enrichment Award during the YWCA’s annual Spirit of American Women celebration at Syracuse’s Genesee Grande Hotel.
November, 7, 2016
Tuesday night’s panel discussion will examine some of the data collected by Illuminating 2016 researchers, and provide interpretation about what the candidates are saying on social media.
November, 3, 2016
Faculty, staff, and current students will be on hand to discuss program offerings and answer questions about graduate study at the iSchool.
November, 2, 2016
Participants will learn about three very different, yet equally powerful and complimentary development suites offered by Wolfram: Mathematica, Wolfram Alpha, and the Wolfram Language.
November, 2, 2016
The award is given to to those who have served IFIP as General Assembly members, committee and working group officers, and members of IFIP Congress program committees.
October, 31, 2016
The hackathon brought together nearly 30 participants across 13 teams who worked on road quality datasets provided by the City of Syracuse.
October, 27, 2016
Featuring Dr. James Walker, Senior Director of Innovation Solutions for Cerner Corporation, the seminar is entitled “The Patient’s Care Team: Its complexity, with implications for care-system . . .
October, 26, 2016