• Volume 7, Issue 1 of the Student Research Journal is now available online and features an editorial, a peer-reviewed article and an invited contribution by SJSU iSchool students and an instructor. 
  • Associate professors Dr. Kristen Rebmann and Dr. Lili Luo each received $5,000 grants from the San José State University Office of Research Support and Services to support their respective research projects.
  • Three MLIS students recently traveled to Guatemala to promote the importance of information literacy and access through the Librarians Without Borders volunteer program.
  • SJSU School of Information alumni and a student gain executive board positions with the Special Libraries Association Silicon Valley Chapter, and the SLA Student Chapter receives award for outstanding leadership.
  • The iSchool awards several scholarships each year to current students enrolled in the MLIS and MARA degree programs thanks to the generosity of donors. The spring scholarship recipients received nearly $20,000 in scholarships.
  • A new partnership between the SJSU School of Information and the Institute of Certified Records Managers provides a direct path to ICRM certification for graduates of the Master of Archives and Records Administration degree program. 
  • Five outstanding students graduating from the San José State University School of Information have been recognized for their remarkable efforts with awards for excellence.
  • It seemed natural for alumnus Bob LeMoine, a fan of baseball since childhood, to combine his love for the sport with his MLIS research skills to edit and contribute articles to a new book on the history of the Boston Red Stockings.
  • The Student Research Journal is proud to announce a new editor-in-chief has been appointed for the 2017-2018 academic year. Holley Cornetto, an MLIS student, joins the SRJ as its seventh editor-in-chief.
  • A new research and scholarship program for United States military veterans will help them achieve their educational goals of earning a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science and be ready for the job market.