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Ginsparg Recognized as Pioneer in Open Access Information
Info Sci's Paul Ginsparg will be one of five boundary-breaking scientists to receive an honorary doctorate from Vrije Universiteit Brussel later this month. VUB has recognized Ginsparg – the creator...
Technology as Companion-Coach
This article, written by Amanda Garris, appears in the latest edition of PeriodiCALS, the magazine of Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Cell phones have put...
Defusing Classroom Outbursts with Robots
Imagine a future in which a robot in an elementary school classroom helps defuse a student outburst. That future is not so distant, a thesis NBC News recently broached in an extensive...
MPS Student Starts 3D Modeling Company
This article appears courtesy of Cornell's College of Arts & Sciences. “I really like starting and building things,” says Val Mack ‘16, an Arts & Sciences alum and current MPS student...
VIDEO: MPS Visit Day 2017
On Monday, April 10, 2017, the Department of Information Science welcomed incoming Master of Professional Studies (MPS) students to Cornell's Ithaca campus for Visit Day. The one-day event included a...
Cornell Info Sci at WWW 2017
Cornell University and Cornell Tech combined to contribute more than a dozen papers to the 26th annual World Wide Web conference (WWW), the world’s longest-running and most prestigious...
Info Sci's Choudhury Presents at TEDMED
Tanzeem Choudhury's mobile-health startup, HealthRhythms, received some serious attention last year when the behavioral-health system was selected as a TEDMED "Hive" pick, a recognition of...
Data Vision: Demystifying Algorithms and Analysis
Like art, algorithms have a way of skirting a clear, consensus definition. Algorithms are indeed the foundational tools at the heart of much of our everyday computing – the ephemeral inner gears...
PhD Law Receives NSF Honorable Mention
Info Sci PhD candidate Matt Law recently received a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Honorable Mention in the Comp/Information Science/Engineering category. Working alongside...