iSchool faculty are leading conversations in the information field across the globe. They publish, present, and contribute their expertise in myriad way throughout the year. See where our faculty have been active this March:

EunJeong Cheon

EunJeong Cheon, Co-authors: Yoyo Tsung-Yu Hou and Malte June (Cornell University). Power in Human-Robot Interaction, ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI’24).

Rachel Ivy Clarke

Solo exhibition “Material Interactions” showing at the Everson Museum, April 6 – June 9, 2024

LaVerne Gray

Featured on PBS in Visions of America: African American Family Stories and Genealogy – Visiting the International African American Museum and Exploring Connections

John Jordan

Jordan, John. The Rise of the Algorithms: How YouTube and TikTok Conquered the World. Penn State University Press, 2024.

Lee McKnight


Moderated and spoke on Panel on ‘Climate & Energy Tracking and Data Verification: Blockchain Driven Business Models’ at Current & Emerging Data Needs for the Net-Zero Carbon Transition. Sponsored by Maxwell School Dynamic Sustainability Laboratory, KPMG and Fidelity at Cambridge Innovation Center. Cambridge, MA, March 11

Media Mentions

AT&T service restored after customers hit by widespread cellular outages in the U.S.

AT&T cell service outage could spell trouble for company as reliance on mobile devices grow, experts say

Mass reports of cellphone service outages Thursday morning: What you need to know

AT&T outage that left phones in SOS mode ‘may have been caused by Russia’, expert says

Joon Park

1st Amendment Only The Start Of Woes Facing TikTok Ban. Law360. March 12, 2024.

Students, ITS notice increase in phishing activity affecting SU emails. The Daily Orange, February 1, 2024.

Jennifer Stromer-Galley

Presented at the Ivan L. Preston Research Colloquium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication on Monday, March 11. The talk was titled: “The Big Lie: The Delegitimization of Democracy in the United States”