Rosenblatt, an iSchool alum and co-founder of his own company, will share his experiences and advice with the graduating class of 2021.
We want to give special recognition to the outstanding students who went above and beyond to further their educations and strengthen the iSchool community.
Professor Beth Patin received the Early Performance Award and professor Michael Fudge received the Continuing Excellence Award for these prestigious professorships.
iSchool alumna and long-time staff member Barb Settel passed away on April 5 at the age of 71 after a battle with cancer.
The grant is awarded annually to support researchers who aim to better understand how to connect people to resources, information services, and collections.
Innovation, Society & Technology and Applied Data Analytics will provide further opportunity for inquiry and exploration.
The enhancements will make the program more valuable for students in preparing them for data science roles after graduating.
Kevin Camelo Bonilla is an accomplished designer with a passion for accessibility and inclusion who has received several awards for his graphic design work.
Being selected as a University Scholar is the highest honor an SU student can receive.
Applications are being accepted now through March 15 for the School of Information Studies’ (iSchool) Raymond von Dran (RvD) iPrize pitch competition and the Hunter Brooks Watson Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award.