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2 Info Sci Profs Receive NSF Honors
Four CIS professors from Cornell's Ithaca and New York City campuses – including two Information Science professors – have been recognized with National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early...
Lee Lands Test of Time Award
One of the three inaugural Test of Time Paper on Computational Linguistics, spanning all publications between 2002-2012 at five main Association for Computational Linguistics [ACL] conferences, two...
Cornell Shines at CHI '18
This spring, dozens of Cornell University scholars, spanning multiple departments and areas of expertise, head to the premiere annual conference in human-computer interaction – CHI – with an...
5 CIS Faculty Receive Google Research Awards
Google just announced another round of its Faculty Research Awards, and five Cornell CIS faculty were awarded grants to support their work in various areas across computer science....
PhD Zhang Named Microsoft Research Fellow
Justine Zhang, a PhD student in Cornell Information Science, has been named one of 10 fellows accepted to the Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship program for the 2018-2019 academic year. ...
Levy, Barocas Paper Makes Notable Must-Read List
A crucial paper from Info Sci professors Karen Levy and Solon Barocas that explores user bias on online platforms has been named one of six must-read papers of 2017 by a leading privacy-law...
Kilgour Awarded 3-Year Doctoral Fellowship
Within this wider area of inquiry, Kilgour’s research focuses on the design of electronic ankle monitors and how they are used in the United States’ criminal justice system. Available since the...
One Billion Downloads and Counting for arXiv
The online repository started 26 years ago as an electronic bulletin board on one computer, and has grown into an essential resource for physicists and mathematicians around the world. Since its...
Lee named Fellow of the Association for Computational Linguistics
Our department sends a big congratulations to Computing and Information Science Professor Lillian Lee, who has been named a Fellow of the Association for Computational Linguistics (...