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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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News

A research team including Info Sci Professor Helen Nissenbaum recently launched an initiative to make automated systems more accountable, ensuring they respect people's privacy and make decisions fairly.

Student Spotlights

“All the skills from these programs will prove fruitful in getting these jobs I’m interested in,” he said. “Whether it’s product design, consulting or front-end development, I have the skill set to do it. Now, it’s a matter of where do I want to focus.”

Student Spotlights

For Terry Vallery, the MPS program provides the opportunity to solidify his HCI work through hands-on projects.

7:00PM Tech/Law Colloquium
Oct 2017 24

The Tech/Law Colloquium speaker for Tuesday, October 24, will be James Grimmelmann, a professor of law at Cornell Tech and Cornell Law Sch

4:00PM Colloquia
Oct 2017 25

The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, October 25, will be James Grimmelmann, a professor of law a

7:00PM Tech/Law Colloquium
Oct 2017 31

The Tech/Law Colloquium speaker for Tuesday, October 31, will be Fred Schneider, Samuel B.

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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