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MPS Graduate Data: 85% Employment Rate, $93K Average Starting Salary
Over the last five years, graduates from Cornell Information Science’s Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program have found consistent success in landing quality, high-paying jobs at leading,...
Cross-campus Effort Rushes 3D-printed Gear to Weill Cornell
Last week, concerned about a lack of protective gear for medical workers, Amy Kuceyeski, associate professor of mathematics at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Department of Radiology, thought about all the...
AI as Mediator: ‘Smart’ Replies Might Help Humans Communicate
When an online conversation derails, participants might look to artificial intelligence to help get back on track, Cornell research shows. Humans having difficult conversations said they trusted...
Dell, Vashistha Receive Google Faculty Research Awards
Info Sci's Nicola Dell and Aditya Vashistha are among the six Cornellians who were just announced as recipients of 2019-2020 Google Faculty Research Awards. The goal of the...
Cornell Joins Network to Expand Public Interest Tech
When Karen Levy, assistant professor of information science, teaches her class on privacy and surveillance, she’s often struck by how students want to build technology for good. “They say, ‘I...
Three Info Sci PhDs Among 2020 Facebook Fellows
Three Info Sci PhD candidates are among the 36 recipients of this year’s Facebook Fellowship award, recognizing outstanding students conducting research in areas across computer science and...
Cornell Summer Research Programs Boost Diversity in Computing Fields
Cornell Computing and Information Science continues its efforts to increase diversity and inclusion into computing fields by offering two fully funded summer research programs at its...
CIS Professor and arXiv Founder Receives Physics Award
Paul Ginsparg, Ph.D. ’81, professor of physics and information science in Computing and Information Science and founder of arXiv, has been named the recipient of the American Institute of...
The MPS Project: Not Just Another Course
The MPS Project Practicum isn’t another course. It isn’t another series of talks in a lecture hall. There is no textbook. There is no written test. The Practicum, aka INFO 5900, is the...