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iSchoolers in the News Informatics student Chris Oh found research opportunities at the iSchool to pursue his interest in computer vision. Oh is active in the Viziometrics research project and presented on that and on his Capstone project earlier this year at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium. Read about him in our new profile. The iSchool had a big presence ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

A few quick updates before a sunny weekend: iSchoolers in the News Professor Michelle Martin is quoted in this San Diego Union-Tribune story on Dr. Seuss’s complicated racial history. “Fortunately, some authors grow and figure out that maybe some of the things they wrote early on were harmful and they try to make amends. Seuss did that,” she told the ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News We were thrilled to have author and poet Margarita Engle at the UW for the iSchool’s annual Spencer Shaw Lecture. Engle is the author of “The Surrender Tree” and several other books that explore her Cuban-American heritage. The iSchool’s Jevin West and Biology Professor Carl Bergstrom were in the headlines once again with “Calling Bullshit.” They ... Read More »

iSchool summer update: July edition

Summer is ordinarily pretty quiet on campus, but there’s a lot going on at the iSchool this year. Let’s get caught up. iSchoolers in the News With his new book, “Documents That Changed the Way We Live,” now on the shelves, Associate Professor Joe Janes wrote a piece for Publishers Weekly about the concept of documents and how that has ... Read More »

Summer updates from the iSchool: June edition

Our updates become a little more irregular during the summertime, but they’re still action-packed. Here’s the latest from a busy month at the iSchool: iSchoolers in the News We have a new dean-in-waiting! Anind Dey comes to us from Carnegie Mellon University, where he is a professor and director of CMU’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute. UW News did a write-up on ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News We held our Capstone event on Wednesday, May 31, showcasing the work of more than 300 students. Read about the event and all the award-winners in our roundup. Associate Professor Joe Janes’ new book, “Documents That Changed the Way We Live,” is now available through your favorite bookseller. The book is based on Janes’s popular podcast. ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News Cynthia del Rosario, our diversity programs advisor, is a proud alumna of Seattle Central College. Learn more about Cynthia in this nice video feature from her alma mater: Ph.D. candidate Ivette Bayo Urban wrote a commentary on safe technology use for My Edmonds News. In it, she says we should prioritize people over technologies. The fifth ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News Ricardo Gomez, an associate professor at the school, has published a new book on the Tseltal Maya people of Chiapas, Mexico. Gomez has taken several trips to Chiapas in the past few years as part of a community development project. We’re welcoming six new faces to the faculty, and they bring a diverse range of expertise ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News Informatics major Sayna Parsi is among the leadership team of the Women in User Experience student group, which was profiled in The UW Daily. The group aims to open doors for women entering the UX field. Michelle Martin, our Beverly Cleary Professor for Children and Youth Services, sent her students out into communities to promote diversity ... Read More »

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News John Palfrey, a noted scholar, author and internet freedom advocate, will be our guest at this year’s Ed Mignon Distinguished Lecture, May 11. We caught up with Palfrey for a quick Q&A on libraries. Patricia Cutright, a 1983 graduate of what was then the library school, has been named the iSchool’s 2017 Distinguished Alumna. Cutright, who ... Read More »