• Two SJSU School of Information faculty members and one member of the Master of Archives and Records Administration degree program advisory committee are hoping to take the lead in the Society of American Archivists.
  • Thanks to the generosity of the family, colleagues and friends of the late Nina Jensen, the Director’s Scholarship for Excellence will continue in fall 2016. Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded in her memory to new MLIS students.
  • The latest issue of the SJSU School of Information’s Student Research Journal presents student-authored research on a diversity of topics and the articles discuss emerging technologies across all aspects of the library and information science field.
  • Associate Professor Dr. Lili Luo and Master of Library and Information Science degree program alumnus John Jackson (2011) are recipients of the 2016 ProQuest-sponsored competition for the best methodology paper.
  • Dr. Christine Hagar, an assistant professor at the SJSU School of Information, is bringing global attention to the important roles public libraries play in disaster risk reduction and in strengthening community resilience pre and post disasters.
  • Five new graduate students beginning the Master of Library and Information Science fully online degree program in spring 2016 at the SJSU School of Information used Pinterest to land $1,000 scholarships. Congratulations and welcome to the iSchool!
  • Even before graduating from the SJSU School of Information's MLIS program, students Denise Lester and Basia Delawska-Elliott are making their mark on the information profession and reaping the rewards of their hard work.
  • SJSU School of Information faculty members will be collaborating with Loyola Marymount University faculty members and serving as lead instructors for the third Institute of Research Design and Librarianship, scheduled for June 2016.
  • The coveted 2015 I Love My Librarian award winners have been announced, and one of this year’s 10 honorees is San José State University School of Information alumna Sylvia Cieply (MLIS 2011). Congratulations!
  • Seven standout alumnae and graduate students from the School of Information at San José State University will participate in the American Library Association's 2016 Emerging Leaders program.