Four entrepreneurial initiatives started by students at the iSchool were selected as winners in the inaugural iPrize Pitch Competition on Friday March 24 at the Blackstone LaunchPad in Bird Library.
March, 27, 2017
This crowdfunding-style campaign for the iSchool showcases four initiatives and $40,000 in challenge funding for participating programs. And in true Syracuse spirit, there are 44 days to get it done!
March, 24, 2017
The new Peak to Peak immersion experience from the iSchool will give students a firsthand look at the companies, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and their way of life in Seattle and Portland.
March, 22, 2017
Associate Professor Megan Oakleaf will be presenting at two panel sessions, a poster session, and a roundtable discussion panel at the ACRL conference this week in Baltimore.
March, 22, 2017
The gathering, held this year in Wuhan, China, brings together researchers from more than 75 information and library science schools across the globe for a week of sharing and learning.
March, 21, 2017
The new master's degree will prepare graduates to design, support, and optimize the infrastructure and processes that power digital, data centric, and cloud computing environments.
March, 20, 2017
The iSchool remains ranked No. 4 among Library and Information Science Schools in the U.S. News and World Report 2018 Best Graduate Schools Rankings.
March, 14, 2017
Faculty members and Ph.D. students from the School of Information Studies are among the finalists announced for the paper and poster competition at the 2017 iConference.
March, 8, 2017
The out-of-classroom learning experience offered students a chance to explore ideas and topics that were outside of the traditional library science curriculum.
February, 28, 2017
Barbaccia’s ride is intended to raise awareness about Parkinson’s disease, and along his trip, he’ll track and chronicle his journey on a website created by students from the iSchool.
February, 27, 2017
A total of $140,000 in prize money is up for grabs, with $40,000 reserved just for Syracuse University students, in the form of the RvD iPrize.
February, 24, 2017
Associate Professor Jeffrey Saltz has received a research grant from education technology company 2U to study student learning and outcomes in online education environments.
February, 23, 2017
Assistant Professor Rachel Ivy Clarke and Ph.D. program graduate Jasy Liew Suet Yan have been recognized for their doctoral dissertations by the iSchools Organization.
February, 17, 2017
The talk is part of the iSchool's HINDSights Alumni Visitor Series, a program that matches visiting alumni with students for classroom visits, speaking engagements, and meetings with student groups.
February, 8, 2017
Nearly 30 employers were in attendance, representing a wide range of global and local corporations, and were recruiting students for both internships as well as full-time positions.
February, 7, 2017
Eleven workshops are planned, beginning this week and running until the end of April. All sessions will be held on Wednesdays from 12:30 to 2:00 PM in 117 Hinds Hall.
February, 6, 2017
The professional development opportunities will take three forms – 15 minute quick sessions, large group session topics, and ICE Box lunchtime talks.
February, 3, 2017
Jill Hurst-Wahl, associate professor of practice and director of the iSchool's Library and Information Science program was featured on the Copyright Clearance Center's Beyond the Book podcast.
January, 31, 2017
The study found that consumers did not realize that online advertising involved third-party entities and advertising networks that track browsing activities across websites to provide targeted ads.
January, 24, 2017
Researchers will develop an application aimed at improving reasoning through the use of techniques such as debate and analogical reasoning to provide guidance where human reasoning falls short.
January, 23, 2017