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Alumni Spotlight: Celeste Drumhiller ’14

Celeste Drumhiller’s professional holy trinity is comprised of being Facebook’s technical recruiter, an iSchool alum, and Napa the Golden Retriever’s social media mom-ager. For Drumhiller ‘14, innovation, a passion for doing what you love, and most importantly, an inherent curiosity for figuring out what you don’t love have helped shape her path to success. The… Read the full article…


Student Spotlight: Aishwarya Rai G’20

“When there is a plethora of technical knowledge, put passion behind it. That’s how you will stand out,” says Aishwarya Rai, a current master’s-degree student who is obtaining her degree in information management at the School of Information Studies. Rai spent her summer in San Jose at Adobe headquarters. She landed her internship job from… Read the full article…


What Comes After My Library Internship

I can’t believe that my internship at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Library is almost over. In just a few days, I will load up my car and drive the six hours back to Syracuse. Through the course of my internship, I kept track of all the tasks I completed and projects I participated… Read the full article…


Wrapping up #MyURBNSummer

#MyURBNSummer has come to an end. I presented and demoed my summer project to a room full of interns, engineers, designers, and executives and I received a lot of great feedback. Although I was a bit nervous it was such a great opportunity to show off my completed work. I was so proud to present… Read the full article…


Launching into Information Security

Experiencing EY through a Launch Intern’s perspective has given me a lot of insight into EY’s engagement teams, culture, and how they have managed to create a lasting impact for their clients. During the internship, I was exposed to tax, audit and advisory – EY’s three key service lines. It was a phenomenal experience to… Read the full article…


Finding a Niche in Information Technology

As summer comes to an end, so do our summer internships. Students all across the globe are excited to get back to school. They want to rejoin their own social and collegiate areas after working hard throughout the summer and gaining valuable exposure to real-world occupations. Most students have not yet realized their experiences lead… Read the full article…


Becoming More than a Data Engineer

I remember entering building “A” at AT&T the same way I remember my first day of college: excited, eager and anxious. I remembered something that the career advisors at the iSchool told me: one of the key experiences during your time as a graduate student is doing an internship. Gaining work experience is key for… Read the full article…



Reflecting on my Italian Summer

Throughout my time at Essére Atelier in Florence this summer, I learned so much about the world of marketing as well as global perspectives. A Life-changing Summer This experience made me think again about the classes that I will be taking during my next 2 years. While I loved getting to work in the social… Read the full article…


Digitizing Books and Holocaust Survivor Memoirs

The library has committed itself to providing digital versions of items and resources in the collection as a way to expand access. This includes acquiring digital materials, such as purchasing e-books, and digitizing existing parts of the collection. The library even has Digitization Librarian, who works to manage all of these different projects and materials…. Read the full article…