2017 Recent News
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
Tettey grew up in Accra, the capital city of Ghana, and spoke only French until he entered sixth grade at the American Cooperative School of Tunis.
January, 19, 2017
Fitzgerald is a school media specialist at Churchville Elementary School in Churchville, NY, and is completing her MLIS degree through the iSchool’s online program.
January, 18, 2017
TEDx SyracuseUniversity, planned for April 2017, will bring together thought leaders from Syracuse’s technology, entertainment, and design backgrounds to host short lectures on local issues.
January, 17, 2017
Professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley will join a panel of media experts for a discussion on the proliferation of fake news in the digital era.
January, 12, 2017
Their project will employ a UAS platform equipped with thermal cameras to conduct rapid building envelope performance diagnostics and perform aerial assessment mapping of building energy.
January, 11, 2017
The iSchool has been ranked No. 17 for best online degree programs for graduate computer information technology by U.S. News and World Report for 2017.
January, 10, 2017
Jessica Santana and Evin Robinson created New York On Tech, a nonprofit organization that provides pathways for underrepresented New York City high school students into the field of technology.
January, 3, 2017