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Who We Are
Cornell's Information Science program connects top leaders in the field of technology with the next generation of innovators. Discover more about our program. 
Prospective Students
Information Science students engage in studies across a wide variety of fields. Find out what it takes to get a degree in Information Science.
Research in Information Science
InfoSci is home to several innovative research groups, with interests ranging from connective media to ubiquitous computing.  
New Frontiers
The internet and social media have created an explosion of social and behavioral data to help us better understand human behavior and social interaction. Our Info Sci leaders are at the forefront of this interdisciplinary research.
Who We Are
Prospective Students
Research in Information Science
New Frontiers

In Information Science we look at the interactions between people and technology, how technology is shaping individual lives and social groups, as well as how the ways that people use technology can shape new developments.  

11:30AM Graduate Seminar Series
Sep 2017 25

The Info Sci Graduate Seminar hosts "Talking the Talk" with Cornell CIS professors Karen Levy, Erik Andersen and Malte Ziewitz from Science and Technology Studies.

7:00PM Tech/Law Colloquium
Sep 2017 26

On Tuesday, September 26, the Tech/Law Colloquium welcomes Jennifer Doleac, an assistant professor of Public Policy and Economics at the Univ

4:00PM Colloquia
Sep 2017 27

The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, September 27, will be David Shmoys from Cornell's School of Operation

Student Spotlights

What do students aim to achieve in the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program in Information Science? For Terry Vallery, he sees an opportunity to solidify his HCI work through hands-on projects.

News

The Upshot spotlights the innovative thinking behind Cornell’s award-winning research into gender bias in pro tennis reporting.

News

Emerging technologies and the legal and policy challenges surrounding them are the focal points of a new lecture series beginning this fall.