• The School of Information at San José State University is recruiting for a tenure track assistant professor in the area of Organizational Management and Behavior in Information Professions.
  • The San José Gateway PhD program recently held its ninth annual residency, where students and faculty from all over the globe met to prepare for the coming academic year and welcome three new doctoral scholars.
  • Dubbed a "unicorn," iSchool alumna Angela Ocana is the recipient of the first-ever California Library Association Young Adult Services Award of Achievement. Congratulations!
  • Students enrolled in the Master of Library and Information Science online program have the opportunity to study coding and early book printing with the addition of two elective courses offered for the first time this fall.
  • Using strategic planning tools they learned in INFO 282 The Emerging Future: Technology Issues and Trends, MLIS students have crafted projects highlighting new technological areas that may affect the future.
  • Two San José State University School of Information instructors have been awarded eCampus Office of Quality Assurance grants to enhance the quality of online courses.
  • Nine San José State University School of Information students pursuing Master of Library and Information Science degrees have been awarded the 2016-2017 American Library Association’s Spectrum Scholarships.
  • Since completing the iSchool's MLIS degree program in 2008, alumna Rachel "Ivy" Clarke has gone on to earn her PhD and was recently appointed as an assistant professor.
  • iSchool Assistant Professor Dr. Michael Stephens' new book, The Heart of Librarianship: Attentive, Positive, and Purposeful Change, focuses on six thematic areas and  paints "a picture of a humanist, user-focused, hyperlinked librarian filled with heart.”
  • SJSU School of Information alumnus Dr. Dennis M. Swanson (’95 MLIS) is the new dean of library services at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. “My program at SJSU was simply amazing..."