Faculty members describe the iSchool’s dynamic curricula, research, and international projects in a collaborative article published in the current issue of the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. The article is available for download.
Joining the ranks of those completing distinguished degrees in 2015 is San José State University School of Information Lecturer Lisa Daulby, who recently earned her PhD in Information Technology. Congratulations, Dr. Daulby, on your doctorate!
The San José State University School of Information’s Dr. Patricia C. Franks is starting the summer break on a high note. Franks received the very good news that she has achieved tenure and is now a full professor. Congratulations!
The results from the 2015 American Library Association (ALA) election are in, and iSchool Director Sandra Hirsh was elected to serve a three-year term as International Relations Round Table (IRRT) councilor at large to the ALA Council.
The San José State University (SJSU) School of Information was well-represented at the recent Medical Library Association (MLA) conference. Lecturer Dr. Cheryl Dee was named an MLA Fellow, and alumna Jennifer Dinalo was awarded a Career Development Grant from the Medical Informatics Section (MIS) of the MLA.
The San José State University (SJSU) School of Information has hired Dr. Mary Ann Harlan, an iSchool alumna and lecturer, as an assistant professor and coordinator of the Teacher Librarian program. Harlan brings a wealth of research and experience in teacher librarianship and youth services to the tenure-track position.
Three distinguished faculty members at the San José State University (SJSU) School of Information have been honored with awards from the Web-based Information Science Education (WISE) consortium for outstanding teaching.