The Power to Transform Lives
The iSchools are interested in the relationship between information, people and technology. This is characterized by a commitment to learning and understanding the role of information in human endeavors. The iSchools take it as given that expertise in all forms of information is required for progress in science, business, education, and culture. This expertise must include understanding of the uses and users of information, as well as information technologies and their applications.
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Syracuse alumnus Michael Eisenberg receives top award from ALISE
Michael Eisenberg G’86, dean emeritus of the University of Washington Information School, received the 2009 Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Award for Professional Contribution. The ALISE Award is given to individuals who have advanced library and information science education through leadership roles, scholarly contributions, and sustained support of LIS educational initiatives. He will be recognized at the 2009 ALISE Conference in Denver in January.
- Ph.D. graduates from the iSchools take faculty positions in diverse fields including Library and Information Science, Business, Communication, Management Information Systems, Public Affairs, Education, Computer Science, Law, Health Management and Informatics, and Information Studies. Graduates also work in corporations and non-profits.
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