iSchool alumna Dayanna Torres ’06, G’09 uses entrepreneurship to inspire underserved students to rise to new heights.
One of the ACC’s top pass rushers is soaring to excellence on the field, in the classroom and throughout the community.
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.
Prof. Beth Patin Gives Sister Thea Bowman Lecture on Social and Justice in Library and Information Science at The Catholic University of America
Prof. Patin recently gave her talk, "The Ethics of Epistemic Justice: Addressing Epistemicide through Social Justice in LIS," at the Catholic University of America.
Bobbi Whitney '21 talks about her experience as a RA, Peer Advisor, and Syracuse Scholar Winner, and how she landed her dream job at IBM.
iSchool Assistant Professor Dr. Beth Patin is a keynote speaker for the 49th annual Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS) virtual conference.
John Young never set out to work in academia, but his DPS degree and wealth of experiences led him to roles at distinguished universities.
Ph.D. student Charis Asante-Agyei incorporates his global experiences and passion for the future of work into his research projects at the iSchool.
Through her Ph.D. studies, Isabel Munoz is researching ways technology can support marginalized communities.
13 schools nationwide met for a virtual forum to discuss diversity and inclusion in the information field.