iSchool 2021 Impact Award Recipients

Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies is proud to announce our 2021 Impact Award Recipients.

iSchool 2021 Impact Award Recipients2022-01-07T16:53:21+00:00

A Young Alumnus’ Impact

2021 Impact Award Recipient Brian Garber shares the importance of hard work and networking and explains why he enjoys connecting with iSchool students.

A Young Alumnus’ Impact2022-01-07T16:53:35+00:00

An iSchool Love Story

Jon and Betsy arrived at the Syracuse campus in September of 1976. Despite being on different academic paths, they got to know each other throughout their time at Syracuse, and their relationship blossomed.

An iSchool Love Story2022-01-07T16:53:37+00:00

Sharing 70 Years of Computer and Information Management Experience

As the Director of the FBI’s Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory Program, Mark Pollitt G’02 worked with law enforcement agencies to build digital forensic laboratories throughout the US.

Sharing 70 Years of Computer and Information Management Experience2022-01-07T16:53:39+00:00

The Founding of BLISTS

Jason Mills ’95, G’96, Myra Miller ’95, Lisa Lindsay ’93, and Anthony Percival ’95, G’97 founded the The Black and Latinx Information Science and Technology Support (BLISTS) club to create opportunities for minority students.

The Founding of BLISTS2022-01-07T16:53:26+00:00

Using Information Science in Libraries

Jen Graney shares her journey in library and information science from Associate Program Manager to Library Director

Using Information Science in Libraries2021-10-20T17:15:24+00:00

Earning a Dream Job Can Start at the iSchool

Jay Kachhadia shares how his decision to work as an iSchool research assistant helped him secure his dream role in the entertainment industry.

Earning a Dream Job Can Start at the iSchool2021-10-20T17:07:25+00:00
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