Amid Pandemic, Campaigning Turns to the Internet

As candidates for local, state and federal elections lose access to in-person rallies due to COVID-19, many have adapted their strategies to the era of pure digital campaigns

Amid Pandemic, Campaigning Turns to the Internet2020-07-14T17:38:00+00:00

Diversity Indexes: Speaking to Power

Sayward Schoonmaker and Rachel Ivy Clarke won the 2018 ASIS&T Best Paper Proposal Award for their paper, “The Critical Catalog: Giving [...]

Diversity Indexes: Speaking to Power2020-07-14T18:00:36+00:00

Certification Recommendations from iSchool Faculty

With shelter-in-place orders around the world, iSchool faculty provide recommendations for certifications that can help students fill gaps in their resumes.

Certification Recommendations from iSchool Faculty2020-07-15T15:21:09+00:00

Alumni Spotlight: Courtney Perdiue ’14

Courtney Perdiue '14, manager in the Sponsorship Management and Strategy division at the NFL, feels she’s able to keep up with the fast pace thanks in part to her iSchool training.

Alumni Spotlight: Courtney Perdiue ’142020-07-23T03:29:53+00:00

Adobe Internship Serves as Career Launchpad

Originally from Mumbai, India, Aishwarya Rai learned to network at the iSchool and landed an internship at Adobe headquarters in San Jose.

Adobe Internship Serves as Career Launchpad2020-07-22T18:09:12+00:00

Wrapping up #MyURBNSummer

Nancy Hart reflects on her summer internship in the Pacific Northwest at URBN

Wrapping up #MyURBNSummer2020-07-15T17:51:40+00:00

Launching into Information Security

Mysha Fairuz reflects on her internship experience with EY and offers her advice to other early-career specialists in information security

Launching into Information Security2020-07-16T15:14:30+00:00

Finding a Niche in Information Tech

Taylor Lucero reflects on his internship with Gensler and offers his advice on planning for postgraduate life

Finding a Niche in Information Tech2020-07-17T15:24:32+00:00
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