It is the department’s mission to prepare information and data science professionals to serve in dynamic roles all over the world. We are proud of our diverse and wide-reaching network of alumni. Our alumni work in all types of libraries and information centered organizations. They serve as leaders on Executive Boards and State Associations. They are school librarians encouraging the importance of books and technology. They are archivists working to preserve documents. They are data scientists retrieving and analyzing information for organizations.
We are proud of the work and success of our alumni.
If you are an Information Science alum, we encourage you to stay connected with us and allow us to share in your milestones and career achievements.
If you are interested in supporting the Department of Information Science regarding student success and events, please visit https://one.unt.edu/giving/college-of-information to make a donation. Please choose: Information Science Excellence Fund in the Area of Support.
Please email Dr. Jiangping Chen, Department Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding the future development of the Department.
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Planned giving allows you to establish your legacy now, while leaving you in control of your assets throughout your lifetime. In addition to bequests, planned giving includes gifts made with appreciated assets such as stocks, insurance, income producing asset or real estate. Planned giving may also utilize techniques that create a source of income for life. UNT offers complimentary consultation with planned giving professionals to its alumni and friends.
To learn more, please visit the Planned Giving website or call 940-565-3683.
Department of Information Science alumnae, Haley K. Holmes (Ph.D. '07) and kYmberly Keeton (MLS '14) have received the honor of being selected as a 2020 Mover and Shaker by the Library Journal.