Brodsky will join the organization that oversees and provides guidance to the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the largest source of federal grants for American Libraries.
New digital library provides students and transitioning veterans with resources for academic research, employment and entrepreneurship.
Shannon Crooks, a PhD student at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies, was one of seven named to this year's prestigious group of scholars.
She comments in the piece "Jan. 6 witnesses push Trump stalwarts back to rabbit hole"
Salvatore Pepe '22 honored with top university undergraduate award.
Prof. Beth Patin Gives Sister Thea Bowman Lecture on Social and Justice in Library and Information Science at The Catholic University of America
Prof. Patin recently gave her talk, "The Ethics of Epistemic Justice: Addressing Epistemicide through Social Justice in LIS," at the Catholic University of America.
Scott Friedberg shares his journey of starting a business as a Syracuse student and how it’s growing into a national brand.
Jay Kachhadia shares how his decision to work as an iSchool research assistant helped him secure his dream role in the entertainment industry.
Shawn Gaetano ‘20 explains how he turned a NEXIS project into the business Solace Vision
“Designing Sustainable Online Support: Examining the Effects of Design Change in Forty-Nine Online Health Support Communities” written by Drs. Joshua Introne, Ingrid Erickson, Bryan Semaan, and Sean Goggins is the recipient of the ASIS&T Best JASIST Paper Award for 2021.