2017 Recent News
Part of the Syracuse Symposium speaker series, Melissa Adler’s talk, “Consequences of Classification: Systemic Violence Against Marginalized Communities,” will be held Monday, December 4 at 5:15 PM.
November, 27, 2017
The course content being delivered aligns with the course objectives of MOS exam 77-727 - Excel 2016: Core Data Analysis, Manipulation, and Presentation.
November, 15, 2017
Quinn Hecker, Olivia Kisker, Emily Simens, & Victoria Tomalin were selected to attend a conference featuring advanced hacker training, professional presentations, networking, and panel discussions.
November, 14, 2017
The CompTIA Security+ certification is globally trusted to validate foundational, vendor-neutral IT security knowledge and skills, and is a benchmark for best practices in IT security.
November, 13, 2017
The military service experience of iSchool senior Zackary Couch and graduate student Ginger Peterman, along with 6 classmates, includes tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
November, 9, 2017
Professor Carolyn Haythornthwaite was recognized with the Association for Information Science and Technology’s 2017 Research in Information Science Award.
November, 8, 2017
Students, Faculty, and Staff will represent the School of Information Studies this week at the Annual Conference of the New York Library Association in Saratoga Springs, NY.
November, 6, 2017
Over 60 students represent the inaugural cohort, more than doubling expected student enrollment.
November, 2, 2017