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InfoSpace Info Session

Why You Should Come to the InfoSpace Info Session

If you’re reading this blog, then you probably have an idea of what InfoSpace is… but maybe it’s time you want to become a blogger, vlogger, or graphic designer yourself!

How Can You Join?

Come to one of the two Info Sessions we’re having this week in the ICEbox at Hinds Hall!

Wednesday, September 19th from 4pm -6pm and Friday, September 21st 2pm – 4pm

Who We Are

InfoSpace is the official blog of the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. We collaborate with students, teachers, and faculty of the iSchool, that want to be a part of a blogosphere where they can share their story or voice their opinion about what’s going on in the world of tech today!

Over the past few years, students have blogged, created graphics, and even vlogged about the iSchool and the technology on and around campus.

How to Get Involved

If you have any ideas related to the field of technology, we want to work with you! Have a story or blog idea that relates to the iSchool? Want to talk about what it is like being a dual iSchool student? Do you have a research project that you want more people to know about? Or do you want to interview a professor about their research? Going on an iSchool Road Trip and want show other students how much fun you had? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions or you have your own questions to ask, we want to hear from YOU! Anyone and everyone is invited.

The Best Part? You Get PAID For Your Work.

If you can’t make an info session, feel free to email us a mjlyons@syr.edu or jzuk01@syr.edu to discuss how you can get involved.

Jessica Zuk

Jessica Zuk

Jessica Zuk is a current sophomore public relations and information management and technology major with a minor in English textual studies. She is from Asheville, North Carolina, and has always loved writing. She blogged during her high school years, continues to write in college, and works for the hip hop radio station on campus. She serves as the student editor for InfoSpace.

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