2016 Recent News
Bouyer, EY’s director of inclusiveness recruiting, told the iSchool’s 2016 graduating classes that from now on, the questions they will ask, and answer, in life will be of a very different nature...
May, 24, 2016
The School of Information Studies graduated eight new doctoral degree recipients in its 2016 class. Again this year, the number represents one of the largest classes of doctoral students in . . .
May, 23, 2016
Executive Professor Scott A. Bernard will deliver the keynote address at the 2016 ACM SIGMIS CPR conference in June in Alexandria, VA. Bernard will speak on the topic of organizational design . . .
May, 20, 2016
Launching this year’s Convocation ceremony for graduate-level students Senior Associate Dean Barbara Stripling spoke about this being a time for the graduates to begin new dreams.
May, 19, 2016
In four years of study, the 200-plus members of the undergraduate class of 2016 have transitioned from information novices to information experts, earning degrees that prepare them for careers in. . .
May, 16, 2016
The iSchool’s graduate class chose Renee F. Hill for the Jeffrey Katzer Professor of the Year Award, and the undergraduate class named Jeff Rubin for the same honor.
May, 15, 2016
The iSchool conferred a total of nearly 770 individual degrees and certificates of advanced study to students in all of its curriculums in two convocation ceremonies on May 14.
May, 14, 2016
She will use the opportunity to take advantage of her background in economics, as the purpose of her research in Spain is to determine the effects of technological advances on unemployed individuals.
May, 10, 2016
About five years ago, iSchool senior Adrian Hatch received a brochure in the mail from Syracuse University – it was an advertisement for Summer College, a program . . .
May, 9, 2016
Alland Leandre ‘88 can trace his passion for flight to his early childhood. As a 3-year-old in Haiti, he joined family members in bringing his father to the airport.
May, 6, 2016
The scholarships were founded as a tribute to the 35 Syracuse University students who were killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in December of 1988. The students . . .
May, 5, 2016