Four of the six articles in a new journal targeted at policymakers have an I School connection.
The OskiHealth team wins an iPad
Five School of Information students and alumni joined hundreds of other developers and designers for a health data "hackathon" to develop...
School of Information professor Steven Weber and Duke professor Bruce Jentleson argue that the United States must take a different stance toward the...
Alumni and friends of the I School, SIMS, SLIS, and the School of Librarianship reconnect in Washington, D.C.
Fall 2010 entering student class
The School of Information kicked off the 2010–11 academic year by welcoming 39 new master's students and three Ph.D. students to South Hall.
The award recognizes Samuelson for her work in information policy, calling her a pioneer in all aspects of cyberlaw.
George Hayes
Despite the challenges of the job market, many students received multiple offers for summer jobs or internships, according to a survey of the MIMS...
Three dozen students are spending two weeks side-by-side focusing on writing.
Elisa Oreglia (left) interviews local women in a village in the Hebei province
Rural-to-urban migrant Chinese women use Internet technology to connect the city and the countryside, according to Oreglia's research.
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NextDrop addresses the challenge of unreliable piped water in developing countries by providing reliable, near real-time information via mobile phone...