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Information Science PhD Ishtiaque Ahmed's work on the smartphone app "Protibadi" was featured in

Scale, an interactive art installation project by Professor Steve Jackson and PhD Leo Kang, is featured as t

Check out this profile of Professor Susan Fussell in the February 2014 issue of Monitor on Psychology. She discusses her research, the translation software she developed and why she became interested in communication.

Information Science PhD Ishtiaque Ahmed has been working on a project in his home country, Bangladesh, addressing a widespread problem there and elsewhere, of sexual harassment of women in public p

In an interview with the journal, Nature, our Information Science post doc Mark Matthews talks about his work on the smartphone app MoodRhythm, his path to becoming an information scientist and plans for the future.

Professor Jon Kleinberg's research on social networks, in collaboration with Lars Backstrom at Facebook, was featured in an

Professor of Information Science Tanzeem Choudhury

Information Science faculty member, Tanzeem Choudhury was interviewed for an artic

Information Science professor Phoebe Sengers gave a keynote talk at

Information Science and Physics Professor Paul Ginsparg will be honored at the White House on June 20, 2013 as a Champion of Change for his work on arXiv, also known

Congratulations to Nick Chen and Professor Francois Guimbretiere! Their paper was included in Computing Reviews Best of 2012 collection.

Information Science Professor Tanzeem Choudhury was featured on NOVA's Secret Life of Scientists series.

Information Science Professor Jeff Hancock's Facebook study on self-esteem was featured in several media outlets including the LA Times.

InfoSci major Ian Perry interviews Professor Tarleton Gillespie for his blog.

Information Science professor Gilly Leshed contributed a blog post to the Wikimedia Foundation blog about the Online Communities course she teaches at Cornel

The video of Jeff Hancock's TED Winnipeg talk "3 Types of (digital) Lies" is now featured on TED.com.