Recently featured in The Hamilton Spectator, iSchool alumna Katharine Greenfield (BLS 1943) received an annual heritage award the Hamilton’s 25th annual ceremony recently, recognizing her lifetime of accomplishments and noteworthy performances supporting and perpetuating Hamilton’s history and heritage.
The Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, is pleased to have a strong faculty and doctoral student presence at the 2014 iConference in Berlin, Germany. To attend on of their presentations, here is the schedule:
Tuesday, March 4
Professor Jenna Hartel
Exploring the Social Studies of Information
9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Professor Fiorella Foscarini and Professor Heather MacNeil
What Can the Study of Information Do For Genre Studies?
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Faculty of Information graduate, Dr. Jennifer Lynn Douglas (PhD 2013), recently received the 2014 iSchools Doctoral Dissertation Award for her doctoral thesis, "Archiving Authors: Rethinking the Analysis and Representation of Personal Archives."
With people around the world experiencing extreme weather, including massive flooding and frigid cold, the editor of a Philippine newspaper will offer insights into the central purpose of community journalists throughout natural disasters and their experiences.
More than 5,000 people died in the Philippines typhoon, Haiyan, in November 2013.
The year has just begun and already a number of our graduates at the iSchool have marked it with new jobs.
February marks Black History Month, and the iSchool’s Master of Museum Studies program is proud to take part by organizing a stellar line up of speakers on Tuesday, February 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
Second year Master of Information student, Christopher Guse, is living the career of his dreams right now at Bombardier Aerospace.
Before information and knowledge management, Guse spent several years at a consulting firm as a Web Developer / Information Architect who specialized in building and designing websites for various companies.
Second year iSchool student Joshua McEvilla is proud to have an article featured in the 107th volume of The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America.
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