Join the iSchool on November 4-5 for presentations and panel discussions on understanding and applying data science.
The change will reflect the program's focus and the skills students learn in information systems while completing the graduate degree.
“Designing Sustainable Online Support: Examining the Effects of Design Change in Forty-Nine Online Health Support Communities” written by Drs. Joshua Introne, Ingrid Erickson, Bryan Semaan, and Sean Goggins is the recipient of the ASIS&T Best JASIST Paper Award for 2021.
Ellie Bodker's thesis on the accuracy and effects of using social media to convey public opinion received Renee Crown Honors Thesis Honorable Mention
Associate Professor Megan Oakleaf has been working to address the many challenges around collecting and using student data efficiently, ethically, and effectively.
iSchool Assistant Professor Dr. Beth Patin is a keynote speaker for the 49th annual Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS) virtual conference.
Jake Dolezal never set out to work in information management, but ending up in the field has become “one of the happy accidents of life.”
Ryan Ondocin ’21 shares how the iSchool's innovative curriculum and diverse student body prepared him for a career with KPMG.
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.