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Join InfoSpace as a Student Blogger!

Syracuse University students, this is an opportunity for you, regardless of status or major. About Information Space We’ve been publishing posts by mostly students, but also by faculty, staff, alumni and friends on topics in the Information field, Monday through Friday, year-round, since September 2011. We’ve had student bloggers hired into full-time positions and internships,… Read the full article…


Now Hiring: Information Space Bloggers

It’s that time again! Students have returned to campus and Information Space is once again recruiting new bloggers. If you’re reading this, you are either a reader of InfoSpace already, or you saw this tweet on social media; either way, if you’re a Syracuse University student, you’re eligible to become a member of our team…. Read the full article…


Tumblr: Not Just for Teenagers

Actor Peter Dinklage may have let the cat out of the bag when he name-dropped Tumblr last April on one of NBC’s longest -running comedy programs, SNL. When a social media site has enough power to be mentioned by the staff of well-paid writers on a top national TV show, it seems the rug has been… Read the full article…


CommonGround Partners with Information Space

In 2009, the Dean of the School of Information Studies, Liz Liddy, and the Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts, Anne Clarke, recognized strong synergies between information, technology and design.  They spearheaded what was to be a year-long initiative to cultivate ties between the two schools. The endeavor was dubbed CommonGround, referring to the… Read the full article…