PhD student honored for life-saving research
Texas iSchool doctoral student Kolina “Koko” Koltai is being honored for research into technology that helps save the lives of military pilots.
Alumna earns ASIS&T Best Dissertation Award
Dr. Sarah Buchanan, a 2016 doctoral graduate of the Texas iSchool, was recently awarded the ASIS&T ProQuest 2017 Best Dissertation Award for her contribution to information science research.
Dr. Gwizdka meets with president of Poland
On Sept. 20, Texas iSchool Assistant Professor Jacek Gwizdka took part in a meeting with President of the Republic of Poland Mr. Andrzej Duda at the Kościuszko Foundation in New York City, where they discussed how to increase and improve scientific and scholarly exchanges at all levels between the United States and Poland.
iSchool sponsors visit from Lamar University web design students
As students at Lamar University in Beaumont continue to rebuild following Hurricane Harvey, the Texas iSchool welcomed 16 of them for two days of shared learning in October.
This January 2018 the Diversity and Inclusion Committee at the Texas iSchool will be sponsoring One School One Book reading events for our community to read and discuss Cathy O'Neil's book, "Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases IneqLocation: