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Inside InfoSci: our Department Newsletter

The Department of Information Science at Cornell hosts talks and events frequently throughout the academic year. Please check back often for updates.

The Department of Information Science at Cornell hosts talks and events frequently throughout the academic year. Please check back often for updates.

Follow these links for details on the Colloquium Series and Graduate Seminar Series. Our annual showcase of student projects, BOOM, happens every spring. 

We have an e-newsletter, Inside InfoSci, that will be published about eight times a year. If you would like to subscribe, please send an email to information-science-news-l-request@cornell.edu with the subject "join." More information on how to join an email list can be found here.

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Zhang is one of two Cornell CIS PhDs who were named fellows for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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"Designing Against Discrimination in Online Markets" centers in on 10 categories of design and policy decisions that perpetuate, exacerbate or alleviate discrimination among users of popular online platforms.

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The fellowship will support the Info Sci PhD candidate's research studying the roles that regulations play in processes of technological innovation.

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Jan 2018 24

The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, January 24 will be Sarah Fox, a PhD candidate in Human Centered Design & Engine

4:00PM Colloquia
Jan 2018 31

The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, January 31, 2018, will be Soroush Vosoughi, a postdoctoral associate at MIT and a fell

News

Students arrived for their first day of classes Monday, January 21, 2013, at the temporary headquarters of Cornell NYC Tech Campus donated by Google.

Alumni News

Abena Oteng-Agipong is an alum of both the Information Science undergraduate and MPS programs. She is currently working as a System Analyst I at Dynamics Research Corporation, a firm that works with the FDIC.

Alumni News

Austin Lin (InfoSci ugrad alum, class of '09) is currently the co-founder of Aggregift, an NYC based startup. His responsibilities include product design, software engineering, and building a great engineering team. Prior to Aggregift, Austin worked at Microsoft and other startups.

Alumni News

Barrett Amos is currently a program manager at Microsoft. His responsibility is to find out customer needs and assist with building future products to meet these needs.

Staff

The contributions from faculty and staff in both Computer Science and Information Science allowed us to donate gifts for fifteen children this holiday season.

Student Spotlights

Taylor Udell is an InfoSci undergrad. Her concentrations are Human-Centered Systems and Information Systems and she does research with the Behavioral Analysis of Beginning Years lab.

Research Spotlight

Information Science professor Gilly Leshed contributed a blog post to the Wikimedia Foundation blog about the Online Communities course she teaches at Cornel

Alumni News

Zach Porges was an InfoSci undergrad student who graduated with a degree from CALS in 2013. He was the President of Cornell's Information Science Student Association during 2013 as well. Zach remained at Cornell to complete his MPS in Information Science, graduating in May 2014.

Student Spotlights

Mash Rabbi is a PhD candidate in the Information Science department at Cornell. His research focuses on technologies for mobile health and well-being.

Student Spotlights

Matthew Green is an InfoSci MPS student from Kingston, Jamaica who completed a degree in hotel administration at Cornell before starting his graduate work.

Student Spotlights
Carolyn Chu

Carolyn Chu is an Information Science undergraduate alumni who completed the ISST program in the spring of 2012.

Faculty Awards

Congrats to Arpita Ghosh who was chosen to receive a Yahoo! Faculty and Research Engagement Program (FREP) Award.

Research Spotlight

The video of Jeff Hancock's TED Winnipeg talk "3 Types of (digital) Lies" is now featured on TED.com.

Staff

CIS sponsored a team in the Oct.

Student Spotlights

Scott Cambo is a nontraditional undergrad Information Science major who is working with a research team on dynamic analysis of coauthorship networks in scientific publications.

Ph.D.

Our PhD student Leo Kang had a project featured in this year's Maker Faire in New York, on September 29 and 30, 2012.

Faculty Awards

Claire Cardie received an Outstanding Alumni in Education award from UMass, Amherst CS department forher key role in integrating computing and information science into education, research, and scho

Ph.D.

Congratulations to our PhD student Nick Knouf who received an ACLS Dissertation Complet

Student Spotlights

Jaeyeon Kihm is a PhD candidate in Information Science at Cornell. He is working on research in human computer interaction (HCI).

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