Master of Library and Information Science student Gina Rosabal was designated an Association of Research Libraries Diversity Scholar to participate in the 2016–2018 Initiative to Recruit a Diverse Workforce.
Seven San José State University School of Information students and graduates were among the recipients of the California Library Association’s 2016 scholarships and awards. Congratulations!
iSchool lecturer Jennnifer Velasquez discusses the importance of making teens feel valued and welcome at libraries in her article that was recently published in the annual design issue of American Libraries.
Professor Patricia Franks, PhD, shares her expertise on electronic content management systems and integrated solutions like SharePoint Online in a recent issue of Information Management.
MLIS student Robin Taylor found her career path after taking the Crisis/Disaster Health Informatics course with Dr. Chris Hagar. She recently got a job with the National Library of Medicine's Disaster Information Management Research Center.
Melissa Fraser-Arnott successfully defended her dissertation to become the 10th graduate of the international San José Gateway PhD program. Congratulations!
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.
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.
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.