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Space-themed Fashion Line Launches Student to NASA Blastoff
When Shoshana Swell ’21 learned in March that NASA had scrubbed plans for an all-female spacewalk because it lacked women’s spacesuits, she got frustrated. An information science and film major,...
CIS Faculty Receive NSF Award for Intimate Partner Violence Research
Three Cornell Computing and Information Science faculty recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue their research examining the increasingly...
An Info Sci Student Received an Anonymous Compliment; A Startup Was Born
The message arrived to Kathy Wang on a notecard. She was at a sorority event as an undergraduate student, and beforehand, her fellow sisters had been encouraged to write positive messages to one...
Student Spotlight: Kathy Wang and Anita Xu (MPS '19)
We break from the traditional one-on-one interview with an individual student to chat with a duo – 2019 MPS graduates Kathy Wang and Anita Xu, who recently launched the startup, Uplift....
Learning Through Doing: Grad Students Tackle NLP Automation, Mobile-Ordering App
Every semester, successful businesses and institutions – big and small – turn to Cornell Information Science master’s students to help conceptualize new ideas, design solutions for inefficiencies,...
To aid Cameroon students with test prep, earn their trust
When it comes to studying for their all-important baccalaureate exam, students in Cameroon are largely left to their own devices. Now a team of Cornell researchers wants to use those devices to help...
AI-generated Profiles? Airbnb Users Prefer a Human Touch
In an online marketplace like Airbnb, host profiles can mean the difference between a booked room and a vacant one. Too peppy, too long, too many exclamation points? Language is critical in a user’s...
Cornell Scholars Guiding Field of Human-Computer Interaction
Spanning the departments of Computer Science, Information Science, and Communication, bridging campuses in Ithaca, NY, and New York City, scholars and innovators at Cornell University are guiding the...
Cardie, Joachims Among Cornellians Chosen for Google Research Awards
Claire Cardie and Thorsten Joachims, two faculty members here in Information Science, are among several CIS scholars who recently picked up Google Faculty Research Awards. Cardie, a professor in...