Faculty Stories

IDJC Receives Neo4j Research Grant to Track 2024 Campaign Misinformation

iSchool professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley will lead a team to uncover hidden trends and actors spreading misinformation on U.S. voters through social media, collaborating with the Washington-based IDJC for a comprehensive research initiative.

IDJC Receives Neo4j Research Grant to Track 2024 Campaign Misinformation2024-02-07T18:04:04-05:00

January 2024 Research Update

iSchool faculty are leading conversations in the information field across the globe.

January 2024 Research Update2024-01-29T15:15:16-05:00

iSchool Faculty Members Develop a Website and App for the NetZero Retrofit Energy Project

iSchool faculty members Jason Dedrick and Jeff Hemsley have developed a website and app for the NetZero Retrofit energy project. The website broadcasts live project data and summarizes research methods, while the app streams energy performance data directly to building occupants' personal devices. The research indicates promising cost savings and positive outcomes for human well-being.

iSchool Faculty Members Develop a Website and App for the NetZero Retrofit Energy Project2024-01-22T10:07:10-05:00

Jennifer Stromer-Galley Quoted By Associated Press News

iSchool Professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley offers her insights on the connection between social media and disinformation, as well as the potential impact it may have on the forthcoming election.

Jennifer Stromer-Galley Quoted By Associated Press News2024-02-18T19:38:01-05:00

Syracuse Earns NCAE-C Designation Again

Syracuse is among an elite group of academic institutions designated by federal agencies for research and education in cybersecurity.

Syracuse Earns NCAE-C Designation Again2024-02-18T19:51:39-05:00