iSchool Assistant Professor Dr. Radhika Garg received a Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) Honorable Mention for Best Paper.
The program seeks to recruit a cohort of 8 to 10 racially and ethnically diverse doctoral students focused on advancing racial equity and social justice in library and information science curricula.
We are excited to highlight the seven presentations at ASIS&T that will include Syracuse University School of Information Studies faculty.
Dr. Jason Dedrick and Dr. Jeff Hemsley are co-PIs on a new research project aiming to achieve net-zero energy.
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.
Students and faculty were invited to share their research in a day-long celebration on April 9.
Professor Beth Patin received the Early Performance Award and professor Michael Fudge received the Continuing Excellence Award for these prestigious professorships.
iSchool professors share their research on the impact of misinformation and what we can do about it.
Prof. Steve Sawyer is excited to begin his term because the space of information science is expanding.