Innovation through Information

Here you will focus on the knowledge, theory, and technology dealing with the collection of both traditional and digital information resources, and the user-oriented processes and methods involved in their manipulation, storage, dissemination, publication and retrieval. Come along to build competencies in information science, library science, and data science. Students can study in a variety of concentrations such as information organization, information architecture, human information behavior and use, health informatics, knowledge management, and librarianship (including public or academic librarianship, and specialized areas such as medical, law, music, children and young adult, and school librarianship), archival science, modern information processing and retrieval systems, digitization, digital libraries, and emerging areas such as data science and data analytics, digital curation and data visualization. 


The Department of Information Science is pleased to announce that four students in the Information Science Ph.D. program have been awarded IS Endowed Graduate Fellowships. Xinchen Yu and Malak Khader are the recipients of... read more

Recognizing that he had always been more of a hands-on type of learner, Mohammed Adnan, a recent graduate of the Master of Science in Data Science program, said he knew that an internship would help give him the right start in a... read more

During the fall and spring semesters, faculty and doctoral students gather for one hour on Wednesday afternoons to casually present and exchange ideas about research. These meetings are known as the “Information Science Research Meetings” or “Brown Bag meetings” and... read more

The Department of Information Science is pleased to have several faculty and doctoral candidates participating in the 84th annual Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) conference. This year's conference offers a... read more

Congratulations to Information Science Ph.D. graduate, Schenita Floyd, and doctoral candidates Amanda Hovious and Stacy Milburn who received recognition for their posters in the Jean Tague Sutcliffe Doctoral... read more