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Meet the 2019 Graduate Summer Internship Bloggers!

iSchool graduate students have a huge range of interests, and our program offerings are incredibly diverse. So it only makes sense that our graduate students embark on some of the most interesting and coveted summer internship out there. Today, you’ll meet five iSchool graduate students who are starting their summer internships. Who are the summer… Read the full article…



Top 5 Posts InfoSpace Posts from Spring 2019

School’s out, and the sun is in. You could be out swimming on the beach, pursuing an internship, or studying for another upcoming exam. But one thing is for sure: you definitely have time to check out some InfoSpace blogs from the spring! From Youtube playlists to scholarship tips, check out the most popular InfoSpace… Read the full article…


Four-Year Flash: Alan Nguyen ’19

Meet Alan Nguyen ’19, a senior in Information Management and Technology who is on the fast track to receive a M.S. in Data Science. He hails from Alan, Texas. Tell me about your passion. I’m interested in technology infrastructure as well as IT infrastructure. Understanding how to use the data is also part of this… Read the full article…




Launching into Summer: My Journey to EY

The Journey My journey to my internship started when I was accepted into the Sophomore Leaders Overnight Retreat trip hosted by the iSchool. Only 12 selected sophomores are chosen to go on this fully sponsored road trip. The trip which provided an insight into Ernst and Young (EY) and Microsoft’s main offices at New York… Read the full article…


What New Data Scientists Need to Know for Their First Job

I’m a lead data scientist at the consulting firm and federal contracting giant Booz Allen Hamilton—a leader in the analytics services space. I oversee a small team of data scientists—some of whom are fresh out of masters and undergrad programs—in a variety of analytics platform development and algorithm development projects, from text mining, to document… Read the full article…


The 2020 Census and Public Libraries

The first day of April 2019 marks the Census Day of Action. This means that in exactly one year, the 2020 Census will be underway. In the past week, communities across the United States held events promoting census awareness and participation. The United States Constitution mandates the Census. It collects data about people living in the… Read the full article…