• 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.
  • Three San José State University School of Information alumnae continue to make their mark in the information profession by being elected to the California Library Association Board of Directors.
  • MARA student James Carpenter is quickly making a name for himself in the information management profession before even graduating. He is the recipient of the prestigious ARMA International Access Leadership Scholars Award.
  • iSchool students living near San Francisco and interested in gaining hands-on experience in digital preservation have the unique opportunity to apply for the Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship for spring 2018. Applications close Nov. 3.
  • iSchool Associate Professor Christine Hagar presented her research at the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience Dealing with Disasters Conference recently held at Durham University in North East England.
  • San José State University School of Information and Gwinnett County Public Library are co-sponsoring the Innovative Librarians Award to recognize library science graduate students who put forward new ideas that improve libraries and library services.
  • A greater number of students enrolled in the MLIS or MARA program at the SJSU School of Information will receive scholarships in spring 2018 with the addition of 22 scholarships worth $1,422 each. 
  • San José State University School of Information is hosting its third and final Library 2.017 web conference on the subject of “makerspaces” Oct. 11. The conference will be held entirely online from noon to 3 p.m. Pacific Time, and registration is free.
  • A first-semester San José State University School of Information student, Olivia Rose Muzzy, was selected as the recipient of the American Library Association’s Christopher Hoy/Exhibits Round Table Scholarship.
  • Jeremy McLaughlin, ‘16 MLIS, was unanimously selected to receive the Association for Information Science and Technology’s James M. Cretsos Leadership Award. Congratulations!