Archive


Oct

6

Herrera and Schneider win ALA Awards
Two members of the SLIS community are among the 2014 award winners from the American Library Association for Honoring Excellence & Leadership in the Library Profession.

Oct

3

3D printer and scanner in SLIS Collaboratory
See the Makerbot in action in the SLIS Collaboratory!

Oct

1

ASIS&T Student Chapter Named Chapter of the Year
Recognition for the impressive work and community of the ASIS&T Student Chapter

Sep

30

September SLIS Community News
Faculty publications and presentations, Alumni promotions and publications

Sep

22

New SLIS Concentrations Provide Students Skills to Meet Today's Technology Needs
Information Science & Technology (IST) and Cultural Heritage Informatics will provide students with the technology competencies they need for today's information institutions

Sep

12

Faculty Profile: Nanette Veilleux
As a scientist, Veilleux has an educational philosophy based on data. She strives to create community among her students and encourages support systems not as a fringe benefit, but because research suggests that supportive environments empower women to excel in traditionally unpopular fields.

Sep

9

Simmons Ranks Among Top Universities
Simmons College has again been ranked among "America's Best Colleges" in the 2015 edition of U.S.News & World Report, the most widely recognized assessment of colleges and universities in the nation.

Sep

9

Snapshot: Linnea Johnson '01BA, '04LS
I want alumni to feel connected to SLIS and students to value what the Alumni Board can offer them. I'm looking forward to increasing awareness of what the Alumni Board can do for graduates and students.

Sep

8

MLIP/Ph.D. Candidate Profile: LeRoy LaFleur
Librarians need to be innovative to meet today's challenges, and they need environments that encourage new ideas, according to LeRoy LaFleur, Head of Rush Rhees Library Reference at the University of Rochester.

Aug

29

August News: Faculty and Student Awards and Publications
Prof. Veilleux's proposal selected for CREU program