Clarence Maybee, a doctoral student in the San José Gateway PhD program, has been awarded the QUT Higher Education Research Best Publication Higher Degree Student Award for his paper published in Library & Information Science Research.
Committed to providing an exceptional education for students, SJSU School of Information faculty members were awarded grants to participate in trainings designed to improve the quality of online instruction.
The virtual internship program at the SJSU School of Information exposes students to incredibly diverse projects and learning experiences, from analyzing data to community building and everything in between.
“Outstanding” describes the four graduate students who were recently awarded scholarships from the SJSU School of Information. Congratulations Darren Ilett, Allison Murphy, Amanda Bethel, and Cory Laurence!
Five alumni of the SJSU School of Information and a current student are participating in the ALA Emerging Leaders leadership development program. Congratulations to the 2015 class of Emerging Leaders!
For the first time ever, the SJSU School of Information will award scholarships to incoming MLIS students in fall 2015 and spring 2016, as part of the newly created Director's Scholarship for Excellence.
Mary-Jo Romaniuk is the sixth individual to complete a doctorate in the San José Gateway PhD program, which is offered in a partnership between the San José State University School of Information and the Queensland University of Technology.
Dr. Chris Hagar, an assistant professor at the SJSU School of Information and expert in crisis informatics, joins the ASIS&T SIG-III as one of its new infoshare officers. In her new role, she will help expand the organization's global reach.
More than 1,700 individuals from around the world explored what the future holds for information organizations as participants in the iSchool's Emerging Future: Technology Issues and Trends MOOC, a not-for-credit learning experience.
Alumnae Talitha Matlin (MLIS 2010) and Allison Carr (MLIS 2006) turned to each other for professional development in the form of team teaching and published an article about their experience in the current issue of Collaborative Librarianship.