2018 Recent News
The iSchool’s United Way activities begin this week and run through December. They are being held in conjunction with Syracuse University’s overarching efforts to assist the local United Way chapter.
November, 26, 2018
The site is an outgrowth of the research work of Assistant Professor Yang Wang and his lab’s team of iSchool faculty and student researchers.
November, 21, 2018
Patricia Rossini and Jennifer Stromer-Galley will examine election related misinformation, focusing on information sharing, political engagement, and discussion in the 2018 Brazilian elections.
November, 17, 2018
TEDx Syracuse University is officially looking for speakers for its 2019 event next April. Are you pursuing interesting projects in your local community? Do you want to spark change? Apply now.
November, 13, 2018
At a time when public libraries face mounting operational and community-support challenges, ideas on how to innovate new offerings are most welcome, says Prof. Jill Hurst-Wahl.
November, 9, 2018
The final installment of the Social Media & Democracy seminar series will examine the impact of social media on the 2018 midterm elections.
November, 7, 2018
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost Michele G. Wheatly has announced the formation of a search committee for the next dean of the iSchool.
November, 5, 2018
The first in a two-year series of working seminars and meetings that will explore the broad space of ‘smart cities’ has been planned for November 7.
November, 1, 2018