Sophie Estep '20 combined her studies in communications and information management and technology to unlock her dream career.
Katya Mueller, a student in Syracuse University’s Master of Library and Information Science Program, was selected as a 2023 National Center for Data Services Data Librarianship Internship participant.
Sarah Bratt G'14, '22 researches the ways people use information and communication technologies to organize data and collaborate, especially in the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Using Afro Beats and Hip Hop songs, David James G'17 teaches students how to program by playing and looping songs and mixing them together.
Two students and three professors from Syracuse University’s iSchool were recently honored with prestigious awards from the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE).
Seeing Countless Opportunities in the Ever-Changing Tech World
Karissa O’Reilly, a high school librarian and 2020 Syracuse University iSchool graduate, was recently honored by the state of New York for her work fighting censorship and providing children with access to LGBTQ+ books.
The week-long program taught the students digital literacy skills, online safety and emerging technologies.
They visited innovative companies and networked with professionals to see how they use technology, information and data to drive their businesses and address global technology challenges.
The fall cohort will include 25 of the University’s most promising women and non-binary people, offering a personalized, intensive professional development experience.