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Info Sci's Cosley Appointed To Nsf Post
The National Science Foundation has tapped Cornell Info Sci Associate Professor Dan Cosley to serve as a program director for the federal agency’s Cyber-Human Systems arm of the Division of...
Student Spotlight: Mei Lean Kwan, Info Sci MPS '16
Because of its interdisciplinary nature, Cornell Information Science hosts some of the best and brightest students from various fields of study. Mei Lean Kwan is a good example of...
Theorists Flood Cornell E-print Server Following Evidence Of New Particle
Cornell’s arXiv preprint server – developed by Info Sci’s Paul Ginsparg – has experienced a flood of research papers in the last few weeks following tantalizing evidence of a...
MPS Student Awarded Inaugural CIS Scholarship
William Lewis Brown (’87, ’88) is remembered as a dedicated Cornellian who considered his time as an undergraduate and graduate student in computer science as the best years of his life. No other...
Student Spotlight: Giri Kuncoro, Info Sci MPS '16
Master of Professional Studies (MPS) student Giri Kuncoro came to Cornell Information Science after working in the tech industry for three years. During his time as a dual engineer and product...
Student Spotlight: Info Sci Senior, Advocate Awarded Grace Hopper Scholarship
Tiffany Wong, an Information Science senior, has been awarded Cornell Info Sci’s first ever Grace Hopper Scholarship and will be attending the annual computing conference named in Hopper’s honor next...
Student Spotlight: Colin Budd, Info Sci Undergrad "16
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA Why did you choose Cornell? Cornell has always distinguished itself from other universities by offering great programs in interdisciplinary education, which...
Jon Culver (IS '11), On Going Above And Beyond
Growing up, Jon Culver had become known in his rural south New Jersey hometown as the kid who knew about computers. That passion began in his teens, while building basic web pages, and eventually the...
Alex Kramer ('14), At The Forefront Of Technology And Healthcare
As many current or past college students know, majors are far from set in stone. It’s not uncommon for a student, faced with a multitude of diverse course offerings and career paths, to try a major...